The Dallas Cowboys are currently stacked at the receiver position. They added two receivers in the draft with Michael Gallop from Colorado State in the third round and Cedrick Wilson from Boise State in the sixth.

Dez Bryant is now a free agent, and Ryan Switzer was traded during the draft for a defensive tackle. The Cowboys also traded a sixth-round pick in exchange for wide receiver Tavon Austin from the Los Angeles Rams during the draft.

With those moves made in the draft the Cowboys currently have eight receivers on the Depth Chart. Everyone knows that out of all eight players, one will be released because you can’t carry those many receivers on the 53-man roster.

What to look for in Training Camp

The rookie draft picks are about to start minicamps and OTA's real soon; this is for the rookies to get their body and conditioning ready for Training Camp. For the wide receivers, training camp is going to be feisty, competitive and will be battles to see who will make the roster. Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News posted a tweet that shows the current receiver depth chart compared to last season, which shows the front office is making changes.

What better way to get the best out of players than to let them compete on the practice field for a spot on the team. Even though the Cowboys have veterans such as Allen Hurns [VIDEO], Terrance Williams, and Cole Beasley, no one is safe on the team. They let their best receiver go to Dez Bryant so that should tell you the Cowboys front office are changing some things around.

I believe this training camp will be like no other as all eyes will be on these receivers to see who wants to make the team more. It will be all about toughness, tenacity, and will be a grind until the very end.

I applaud the front office for understanding that changes needed to be made for this offense. We saw how ineffective our wide receivers were last season and it put Quarterback Dak Prescott in tough situations. The changes that are being made are so Dak Prescott can play his style of football with the right pieces that fit his skill set.

Where do we go from here?

Now that the NFL Draft is officially over, it’s in everyone’s best interest to go back and watch the film over our nine draft picks. For those fans who do not know much about these players, this is the time to see how they will fit on our team.

The coaching staff and front office know more about this player than we do, we may question some of those picks as we did with Leighton Vander Esch. We have to understand they have a plan for these draft picks and they are given an opportunity to showcase their skills.

Your first three draft picks are most times locks to make the team, but this staff still wants competition at every position. I can say I do agree with that method because it brings out the best in every individual. Everyone get your popcorn and cameras ready because this training camp will be the one to remember.