Roger McCreary goes to NFC team in latest NFL mock draft

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  • Dallas Cowboys
    Dallas Cowboys
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  • Jacksonville Jaguars
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  • Roger McCreary
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  • Trevon Diggs
    Trevon Diggs
    American football cornerback
  • Micah Parsons
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Roger McCreary was one of the best cornerbacks in college football in 2021.

The NFL will call his name earlier in the 2022 NFL draft coming up in a few months.

Matt Miller of The Draft Scout predicts that McCreary will go to the Dallas Cowboys with the 28th overall pick in his latest seven-round mock draft.

Here were his thoughts on the selection.

It’s hard to top what Dallas has done in the draft recently with star-like CeeDee Lamb, Trevon Diggs, and Micah Parsons; they need that same energy this offseason to reload in key spots. Opposite Diggs, there is an opening at cornerback and Roger McCreary’s length and toughness at the line of scrimmage are tailor-made for Dallas.

The only other Auburn Tiger in his seven-round mock draft was Owen Pappoe who has announced that he will not be entering the NFL draft and will stay another year at Auburn.

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