Miami Dolphins 90-in-90 Roster Breakdown 2019: Isaiah Prince

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  1. DKphin

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    illscriptures We need better LB's

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    If this guy turns out to be even a tiny bit serviceable I will be happy.
     
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    I'll be contrasting Prince's plight with Yosua Nijman's. Both need a lot of work, but I feel/felt Nijman has a better chance to develop and a higher ceiling. I do think Prince is a good gamble relative to his draft slot. If you miss out on guys who should develop into starters, usually gone before the start of Round 3, it makes sense to target developmental players with high-end physical tools on Day 3.
     
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    If he gets the right coaching and wants it bad enough... this is the kind of talent that can surprise and even become great!
     
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    djphinfan Perennial All-Pro

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    Huge waistbender here J but actually started to learn how to play with his body last year..
     
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    Maybe this is the type of talent the new coaching staff can develop. New England always seems to find offensive line talent late and perhaps that is more due to development than drafting talent???
     
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    I predict ALL-Pro with a 50/50 chance at HOF.

    Seriously.

    This dude is gonna shock and awe

    some!

    Or maybe not.

    I'd actually like to see him @G first.

    BNF
     
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    Interested to know why you think he has so much potential ?:)
     
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    He's big. Strong. Long arms. Big hands. Went against Bosa daily.

    He's no dancing bear but I think he can add some wham bam

    to our run game -- and if we have to protect his right shoulder

    we can implement @G or slide some additional pass pro on

    the outside until he's ramped up (or has had sufficient "vitamin"

    intake to amp his speed/balance).

    Like I said -- I'd like to see him @G first. RT by the second quarter.
     

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