We already knew the Dallas Cowboys’ offensive line was young and extremely talented, but adding undrafted rookie La’el Collins to the mix just makes them that much better.

In last April’s NFL draft, Collins was projected to be a first-round pick. The LSU product showed the size, strength and ability that would potentially make him one of the better lineman in the NFL.

A murder investigation involving Collins, however, set his draft stock back. Once Collins was cleared of any wrongdoing, the Cowboys signed him and look what he’s doing now.

Collins joins a line that’s already stabilized with three other first-rounders in Tyron Smith, Travis Fredrick and Zack Martin. Barring any setbacks, this line should be one of the best for years to come.

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Thumbnail photo via Sep 27, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys guard La'el Collins (71) in action against the Atlanta Falcons at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports