I feel like Miami moved the needle a little on both lines. I think Wilkins will be very good, potentially elite. Deiter should at least be solid, perhaps a little better than that. Would have liked more progress on both lines, but I get the Rosen trade. Hopefully, that works out. I think a NE type offense is actually a really good fit for him. Getting the ball out quickly could somewhat disguise the weakness on the right side of the line.Thanks @BigNastyFish , always enjoy John Congemi's analysis, even if these days everything is really short for phones and Facebook. I hope he's right about Van Ginkel … because I saw him get very little pressure that wasn't schemed up, so I'm not sure he's really an edge rusher. Van Ginkel tests well, and he does his job, so this is a good scheme fit for him. Not sure he'll beat out Jerome Baker or Kiko Alonso though, so we may see him mostly on special teams this year.
Michael Deiter though, I'm a huge fan, and am confident he will anchor our LG position for the next decade. Great pick. He is smart, hard working, big, strong, physical, fairly quick, and unbelievably durable … an ability we've needed across the OL for a loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooong time.