Jason Witten is signed through 2017, but he also turns 31 in May, so the Cowboys used a second-round pick on San Diego State tight end Gavin Escobar on Friday. They then focused their attention to the available wide receivers in the third round and selected Baylor's Terrance Williams .
Escobar should be thought of much like Martellus Bennett during his days in Dallas. He could be an elite pass-catching tight end, but as long as Witten is around, his fantasy value will remain very limited. Escobar nothing more than a deep stash in dynasty leagues right now.
Williams is a big-play threat, as evidenced by his 18.9 yards per catch average last season. Given the fragile state of Miles Austin 's hamstrings and the lack of really strong options behind him, Williams is one injury away from having significant fantasy value in all leagues this season. He should be able to surpass Dwayne Harris and take over as Dallas' No. 3 WR before long.