Stanford offensive lineman David DeCastro finally got a chance to meet with the Dallas Cowboys, sources told ESPN Dallas, after his initial visit was cancelled two weeks ago due to the tornadoes and severe storms that raged through Texas two weeks ago.
The guard is considered the best prospect at his position according to the SB Nation blog Mocking The Draft. The Cowboys could use the help up front, after giving up 39 sacks and averaging just 112.9 yards per game rushing a season ago. The Cowboys have hosted their first-round pick prior to each of the last seven NFL Drafts.
Wednesday is the last day that prospects can visit with NFL teams before the draft begins on April 26. The Cowboys also hosted LSU defensive end Michael Brockers