Analyzing Former Georgia Defensive Lineman Jonathan Ledbetter's Fit With The Miami Dolphins

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  1. DKphin

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    Former Georgia defensive end Jonathan Ledbetter, who went undrafted through all seven rounds of the 2019 NFL Draft, signed a deal with the Miami Dolphins hours after the draft concluded.

    The 6-foot-4, 280-pound defensive lineman from Tucker, Georgia, should have a good chance at making Miami’s roster but is not guaranteed a roster spot. The Dolphins, in desperate need of a pass-rushing threat, have only three defensive ends currently listed on their roster.

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    He can be a William Hayes type player imo.
     
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    He seems like a tweener, but he may have enough talent that he's worth investing in. He's got a good pedigree. He was a nicely ranked recruit coming out of high school. I could see him as a rotational (backup) 34 end.
     
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    He'll get a chance to compete and that's all he can ask for. Not holding my breath but you just never know. He could have gotten drafted if there were 12 rounds(like it used to be) instead of only 7.
     

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