My Mock draft....

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  1. mia4ever

    mia4ever Pro Bowler

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    With the 12 pick the Miami Dolphins select....

    12.WR, Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee View attachment 10591 - yes before free agency with 50 million still in Steve Ross pocket ,most Dolphin's fan wanted a top notch receiving group. Question: Are we there yet ? By adding Patterson,Wallace ,(resign)Hartline,Bess and Gibson is very good started..


    42.Terron Armstead OT Arkansas Pine-Bluff [​IMG] I know Jeff Ireland like his offensive lineman
    draft pick to start for Day one ...I like Armstead to serve as a back-up to Martin / Winston


    Darius Slay, CB Mississippi State
    View attachment 10593
    Here what CBSsport has to say about Slay..

    STRENGTHS: Possesses an athletic build with long arms. Good quickness, fluidity and straight-line speed. Better than expected route-recognition given his lack of experience and has natural coverage ability. Reads the quarterback's eyes and shows a burst to close on the ball. Times his leap nicely to compete for 50-50 balls, showing good hand-eye coordination to at least disrupt the pass. Experience as a kick returner is evident in his open field running ability. Has good vision and the patience to allow blocks to set up as well as enough athleticism to make opponents miss in the open field.
    WEAKNESSES: Only has one year of starting experience at the BCS level and had plenty of opportunities to make plays starting opposite Banks, an established star. Is better in coverage than he is as a run defender. Struggles to get off of blocks and shows less than ideal aggression as a tackler, overall. Has a tendency to duck his head and swipe at ball-carriers' legs, resulting in missed tackles.

    Jordan Poyer CB Oregon State 6-0 191 View attachment 10594
    Back to Back CB

    82. Gavin Escobar TE San Diego State View attachment 10595
    - I wouldn't pick Escobar early then 82 pick ....If Esobar goes early then*
    Dion Sims TE Michigan State 6-5 262[​IMG] Sims is very good blocking TE with passcatching skills

    111. Hugh Thornton OG Illinois [​IMG]
    Big nasty POSITIVES: Thick, powerful frame with good arm length. A natural bender who establishes a solid base routinely in pass protection and utilizes lower-body leverage extremely well against longer, taller defenders. Exhibits powerful, heavy hands on contact, and does a good job of keeping his frame clean by extending his arms consistently.
    Displays impressive upper-body strength to ragdoll and toss defenders aside at the point of attack. Possesses lateral fluidity and agility to close off the edge, and redirects with some suddenness to thwart the quick counter move. Targets decisively in space and possesses good burst to lead the second-level charge in the run game. Squares up nicely on the run and displays flexibility and suddenness to adjust to defenders coming from various angles in space. Plays with a bit of a nasty streak, and fights to the whistle. Versatile lineman with experience at guard and tackle.

    146.*William Gholston DE Michigan State 6-6 281 [​IMG]
    Can Gholston play up to his potential ?

    166. Earl Wolff SS - North Carolina State[​IMG] I like fast safety , last line of defense..4.42 speed special-teamer position battle Jimmy Wilson






    Anthony Cantele K Kansas State Sr 5-10 180

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