Southeastern defensive back Raheem Wilson was among 15 invited to work out with the Dallas Cowboys Friday for the annual Dallas Days.
Wilson is coming off a 2016 season in which he earned second team All-American honors after putting up a Division II best 24 passes defended and led the Great American Conference with five interceptions. During the 2016, Wilson set new SOSU records for most career interceptions, 18, and passes defended.
The Cowboys do have a need at defensive back with the departures of Brandon Carr (Ravens), Barry Church (Jaguars), J.J. Wilcox (Buccaneers) and Morris Claiborne (Jets).
Wilson is also getting interest from the Kansas City Chiefs.