According to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com, the Cowboys had a third round grade on wide receiver Devin Street, who they ended up getting in the fifth round.
With all of their seventh-round draft picks signed, the Dallas Cowboys have signed their fifth-round pick, wide receiver Devin Street, to a four-year deal.
The Cowboys moved up in the fifth round to select Street with the 146th pick. His 202 career catches are a Pittsburgh record. He had 2,901 career yards, third-best in school history, and 16 touchdowns.
The Cowboys had him in the third round on their draft board and liked his size (6-foot-2, 198 pounds) and ability to attack the ball. He had his best year as a junior, when he caught 73 passes for 975 yards. He was limited to 10 games as a senior, catching 51 passes for 854 yards and seven touchdowns.
Dallas believes Street will be a nice addition alongside Dez Bryant and Terrance Williams and they like that he can play on the outside if they need him to.