The Dallas Cowboys met with Pittsburgh DT Aaron Donald Monday, April 14. He appears to be an ideal fit for defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli’s defensive scheme, and Donald might be the best defensive tackle in this year’s draft.

Footballguys View: Donald was a standout player at the Senior Bowl earlier this year. His first-step explosion is elite, and Donald has the strength to control the point of attack. He’s got the quickness and snap anticipation to get into the backfield quickly.


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