LA Clippers star gives Dallas Cowboys draft advice

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Los Angeles Clippers star, DeAndre Jordan has spoken out on twitter with NFL draft advice for the Dallas Cowboys. Jordan, who was born in Houston backed his fellow Texas A&M alumni Mike Evans as a possible future Cowboy. 

The Cowboys have been running a number of profiles on potential draft picks and Jordan appears to agree with one particular article featuring Evans. Jordan tweeted out in reply:"Can't go wrong with an Aggie"

Jordan attended Texas A&M between 2007 and 2008, averaging six rebounds a game during his first and only season.

Evans played college football for the Aggies in 2012 and 2013, recording over 1,000 receiving yards in both seasons.

The Texas born receiver is projected to be a first round pick and could potentially be on the board when the Dallas Cowboys select at 16th.

At 6'5", Evans is just six inches shorter than Jordan and could maybe have even taken his vertical skills to basketball. However it remains to be seen whether Evans will still be on the board when the Cowboys select.

If they do select Evans, at least there will be one fan that will be cheering the pick.

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