Kyle Queiro has signed a deal as an undrafted free agent with the Dallas Cowboys. He was the third Wildcat to sign as an UDFA on Saturday, following Godwin Igwebuike and Tyler Lancaster.
A two-year starter at safety, Queiro had a knack for making the big play, including huge fourth quarter interceptions against Stanford in 2015 and against Kentucky in the 2017 Music City Bowl. For his career, Queiro logged 132 tackles, nine tackles for loss, and eight interceptions.
Queiro’s lack of speed and athleticism clearly cost him in the draft, but he possesses great instincts and seems to always know where the ball is.
Cowboys fans: Check out our scouting report on Queiro here.