Ohio State WR Brian Robiskie, whose draft stock is said to be rising, visited with the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday.
Robiskie (6-3, 209) is one of the most accomplished receivers in Ohio State history, and he projects to be a late first-, early second-round draft pick.
The sure-handed son of Falcons wide receiver coach Terry Robiskie has helped himself in postseason workouts by quelling questions about his speed by routinely running 40-yard sprints in the 4.5-second range.
The Cowboys don’t pick until 51st overall (19th in the second round), but they are exploring their options. They could be in the market for a wide receiver after releasing veteran Terrell Owens, who signed with the Buffalo Bills shortly after being let go.
Robiskie, along with Texas Tech’s Michael Crabtree, are considered the most NFL-ready wide receivers.
— Steve Wyche