After an 8-8 season, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has vowed to make 2013 a new beginning for the Cowboys.

He has already started by firing defensive coordinator Rob Ryan and running backs coach Skip Pete. 

Jones has brought in former Tampa Bay Buccaneers' defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin in to clean up the play of a battered and questionable defense.

With Kiffin now in place the only thing left the Cowboys need to do is fill their empty coaching slots and find the players to make the plays.

In 2012 the Cowboys made a questionable selection with the sixth pick by taking cornerback Morris Claiborne from LSU. Claiborne was not cheap to move up to get; with the Cowboys having to give up their second round pick.

With the 2013 Draft full of talent at all the positions the Cowboys need to fill, here are 10 players for Jerry Jones to consider taking to finally get that fourth Super Bowl that has been eluding him for 17 years.