Safeties by numbers: 2018 combine stock report for safeties
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By Donrey Mariñas

With Byron Jones  making the transition to cornerback, the safety room for the Dallas Cowboys is a bit bare. Kavon Frazier and Jeff Heath are penciled in as starters, while Xavier Woods plays a hybrid role among the DB positions.

There are two variables in regards to how the Cowboys will approach the position in the upcoming draft. For one, if the Cowboys believe their current players can be every down starters, it will change their approach. The other, Earl Thomas. If neither come back affirmative, the team will need to address the position in the draft.

Using combine results since 2011, Cowboys Wire has been able to build athletic profiles for all the combine participants. Every morning we will be providingprovidi of the previous days action. For every measurement, weigh in and drill, we’ve plotted the results in correlation to the previous data collected.

[READ: Cowboys Fan’s Guide to Interpreting Scouting Combine Results]

A blue score or time means the player rated better than any other prospect previously selected by the Cowboys. Dark green means above the average of selected players at the position, light green indicates the score is lower than the average but still above the worst previously selected. Any score that ranks below the lowest Dallas has selected is represented by...

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