ESPN NFL analyst Trent Dilfer on Dallas Cowboys' fourth-round pick David Arkin, offesnvie tackle from Missouri State who will convert to guard.
"This is one of my sleeper offensive linemen. I love the big uglies that are nasty. David Arkin has all the qualities it takes to be a big-time guard in this leage. It's hard to find good offensive guards in this league. ... He's still growing into his body. He's a lot like Jahri Evans [the Saints' Pro Bowl guard who was a fourth-round pick from Bloomsburg State] a few years ago, a small college offensive tackle moving to guard."
Arkin was the 110th overall pick. The Denver Broncos took a safety, Oklahoma's Quinton Carter, a high-character guy who played through a lingering neck injury with the Sooners, two picks before Arkin.
The Eagles have drafted a potential replacement for longtime stalwart kicker David Akers with the fourth-round pick of Nebraska super foot Alex Henery.