FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Ryan Switzer exchanged a high-five with Dez Bryant, then two more, followed by a shoulder bump and a couple of dance moves with his celebrated Dallas teammate.

The rookie receiver isn’t a typical fourth-round pick cloaked in anonymity. The 5-foot-8 speedster ran with the starters during offseason practices and he cooked up an elaborate handshake with Bryant, who wasn’t the only Cowboys veteran to notice.

“Switz, man, that guy, he’s the real deal. I love little Switz,” Bryant said. “The way that he just loves being around this locker room and these guys, it was meant for him. Dallas was meant for him.”

Switzer is almost a replica of teammate Cole Beasley, a slot receiver whose stature with the team has grown steadily over five seasons.

But it’s been Bryant who has taken the youngster under his wing. With Beasley and Lucky Whitehead sidelined with hamstring injuries, Switzer shared the field with Bryant frequently during the offseason, which wrapped up with minicamp last week.

“I think the love for the game is really what’s hitting it off between us,” Switzer said. “We’re both very passionate about the game of football and what this game has done for us. It’s been like that for everyone, especially the receiver room. Everyone enjoys what they do, and that’s why it’s such a close-knit group.”

Switzer has found the spotlight since the day he was drafted as a…