Dallas will be picking in the 20s. And - after 4 sub par seasons - they've moved Mo Claiborne to the other side of the field (where he is a natural fit) and he is only jussssssssst starting to play up to his potential. That said. they'll probably go defense in the first round. So. Look for a CB or LB here. (TBD by Jaylon Smith's recovery.)
Might be too big and could affect long-term health
Could stand to lose some weight in his "bubble"
Leverage can be a problem
Really looks slow at times
Doesn't make many plays outside the phone booth
Summary: Terrence Cody is a solid nose tackle prospect, but I can't put him on the same level as a Casey Hampton or Vince Wilfork just yet. Cody isn't going to fit most teams running a 4-3 scheme. His lack of stamina might really hurt him on Draft Day. He is a projected second-round pick at this point. Cody is going to be a two-down player in the NFL.
Player Comparison: Shaun Rogers. Cody is a slightly less talented version of Shaun Rogers at this point, but he comes with the same concerns with potentially getting too big and lacking a consistent motor.