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I am thinking front 7 defender or OT at #18, that should be a confluence of team need and value.

#36 could be one of the top 3 RB's or Center. There should be value at S but I am not sure Miami is looking there that early. Another pass catcher would not be out of the question, especially
if they land Pitts.Not to mention Edge/LB or OT if they don't go that way earlier.

Imo Sewell, Slater (both likely off the board), Darrisaw, and Jenkins are the OT's worth considering, and Parsons is the Front-7 player worth considering at 18. The risk/reward for the Edge prospects isn't there. Lot of intriguing guys but no one I'd feel good about paying off that kind of investment. At 36, if a guy takes a bit to develop and is never more than pretty good, you'd like more, but it's fine. At 18, I want a better floor-ceiling combo.
 

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Teven Jenkins is the guy I really like at RT. Doubt he slides to 36 but if he does I think I’m grabbing him. Nasty Run blocker, you put him at RT and kick hunt into RG and let those 2 maulers destroy people
Agree. Watching him move people with ease is pretty special. If Miami really wants to commit to a running game, Jenkins would be a perfect add.

Hunt and Jenkins on the right side with a running back like Williams and the Dolphins can really grind teams on the ground.

I also think Jenkins goes 1st round.
 

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Imo Sewell, Slater (both likely off the board), Darrisaw, and Jenkins are the OT's worth considering, and Parsons is the Front-7 player worth considering at 18. The risk/reward for the Edge prospects isn't there. Lot of intriguing guys but no one I'd feel good about paying off that kind of investment. At 36, if a guy takes a bit to develop and is never more than pretty good, you'd like more, but it's fine. At 18, I want a better floor-ceiling combo.
Do you think Collins is worth #18?

Holland is a player I'd love to fit in somewhere. I think Miami would have to take him at #36.

I do like the idea of pairing Jenkins and Hunt on the right side and watching the holes created in the running game.
 
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This front office seems to skew towards premium positions in the 1st round - QB, OT, CB, WR. my assumption would be one of those positions or pass rusher.

The only caveat is if a blue chip player is available, e.g. they saw Parsons or AVT as a perennial all-pro. Not sure where they stand on opt out players.

as for Kadarius Toney, he’s a tough, competitive dude who has clearly worked on his craft. If the Fins took him in the 2nd I would be thrilled.
 

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Imo Sewell, Slater (both likely off the board), Darrisaw, and Jenkins are the OT's worth considering, and Parsons is the Front-7 player worth considering at 18. The risk/reward for the Edge prospects isn't there. Lot of intriguing guys but no one I'd feel good about paying off that kind of investment. At 36, if a guy takes a bit to develop and is never more than pretty good, you'd like more, but it's fine. At 18, I want a better floor-ceiling combo.
I agree about edge other that Parsons.

I do not like the idea of Oweh, Rousseau or Ojulari at #18.

I would feel better about Collins at #18 than those guys.

I have ZERO doubt that Collins is going to be a very good Pro for a long time.He is a very safe pick in my opinion, as would be Jenkins or Darrisaw at OT.

I have no interest in RB at #18 but Najee Harris would be a safer pick there than any of those edge rushers.You know what you are getting with him.

If it was me i would be thinking OT at #18 but I know many are fine with Hunt at RT and the Fins might be as well.I woud like to see a RT with better feet push Hunt inside but I might be being greedy.

If i could finish off the OL with Darrisaw/Jenkins and one of the top Centers to go with at least 2 offensive weapons(wr and rb) I would consider this Draft a success.

I would like to add LB/Edge and a S to the D but that is less urgent than the offensive holes that need filling.
 

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Teven Jenkins is the guy I really like at RT. Doubt he slides to 36 but if he does I think I’m grabbing him. Nasty Run blocker, you put him at RT and kick hunt into RG and let those 2 maulers destroy people
To quote another poster here.....you're giving me wood!
 
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