Dez Bryant endorses Jalen Ramsey as Cowboys’ top pick

The Dallas Cowboys have a ton of options in the 2016 NFL Draft, from a quarterback to Ezekiel Elliott to a defensive playmaker. Right now, Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is hoping his team goes on the opposite side of the ball.

According to ESPN’s Tim McMahon, Bryant would take former Florida State defensive back Jalen Ramsey if it were his call to make. This isn’t too surprising as many believe the Cowboys should be looking to improve their defense at this point.

Dez Bryant says he'd take Florida State defensive back Jalen Ramsey if he had the call for the Cowboys' fourth overall pick.

— Tim MacMahon (@espn_macmahon) March 19, 2016

This would be the second year in a row the Cowboys went with a versatile defensive back. They drafted Byron Jones out of UConn last year and he went on to have a very good rookie season.

Right now, the Cowboys could go in many different directions with their fourth overall pick. Dez Bryant could certainly influence the team in making a big decision come April.

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