Bleacher Report Mock Has Dolphins Taking Jarvis Jones

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  1. SF Dolphin Fan

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    I would love that pick, but I'm not sure Miami will pick high enough to get Jarvis Jones. I think he will go top 5. But if the Dolphins were able to get him and then trade back up for a receiver, say Justin Hunter or Robert Woods, that would be an excellent start to the draft.
     
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    Jarvis Jones is an absolute one man wrecking crew. He is tearing up teams and is dinged up.
     
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    hm, not sure he's a good fit for a 4-3. great potential, but a rush LB in my book
     
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    That is a question. Georgia does use him in a variety of ways, though, as a DE, outside linebacker and even middle linebacker. I wonder if he is versatile enough and if he could fit a 4-3. We definitely need that type of difference maker on defense.
     
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    A great player will fit into any system!
     
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    to be honest, i thought the same way about Von Miller, and Denver makes it work somehow. still, i think that's due to Miller being too talented a guy not to make it work. could be the same with Jarvis Jones, but i can't shake the feeling you're going to try and hammer a square peg into a round hole by using him in a 4-3.
     
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    YES PLEASE! Him and Wake would tear it up!!!!
    Get a corner in the second and a receiver in the second!
     
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    I'm a Georgia fan and I don't want us taking Jarvis. The main reason is that he's soft. He's got a great first step but he's undersized and doesn't have a mean bone in his body. He's a good kid but I think he's a situational pass rusher not a 3 down guy

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    He got abused today by South Carolina. No push at all. On the other side jadavion clowney was murdering our o line.
     
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    In a 4-3, he'd obviously be an OLB, who comes down to rush the passer on passing downs.
     
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    I'm not a fan of Jones. We need a 4-3 end that can replace Odrick when he kicks inside next year.
     

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