Dallas Cowboys take Stanford TE Dalton Schultz with 137th overall pick

Heather Diaz
May 2, 2018

Schultz is the latest in a line of tight ends to enter the National Football League out of the University of Stanford.

"His production is a little better this year but I thought his tape was a lot better because he's learning how to really play the position", one NFC South scout told NFL.com draft analyst Lance Zierlein. "I don't think that we're going to live in a world right now that we used to live in with Dez, a true No. 1 guy".

"We came up with (Gallup) that really could make a difference for us", Jones said.

During his time with the Rams, Gallup caught 176 passes for 2,690 yards in 26 games.

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Without Witten, the Cowboys now have nine career catches from the tight ends on their roster - all by fourth-year player Geoff Swaim. Three of his TDs came past year, during his senior season.

Defense (three players): LB Leighton Vander Esch (first round); DE Dorance Armstrong Jr.

TILTED TOWARD OFFENSE: Six of the nine picks were offensive players. He started only five games last season because of a left knee injury, and missed the bowl game to prepare for the draft. The third-day choices were Schultz, quarterback Mike White of Western Kentucky (fifth round), receiver Cedrick Wilson of Boise State (sixth) and Alabama running back Bo Scarbrough (seventh).

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