My Dolphins Mock Draft .. If You Were Tbaum What Would You Do?

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  1. Peyeydolphan

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    Hey Everyone...just another fins fan that loves to dream and keep positive every year....
    I want to see everyones Miami ideal Mock Draft thats somewhat realistic. Any thoughts?

    Round 1
    Minkah Fitzpatrick..
    Ive heard this guy is a plug and play defensive back in any spot besides the boundary corner... Id start him at the free and move TJ down to will linebacker ... this way we fix two positions with one pick and keeps speed on our defense

    Round 2
    Hayden Hurst
    This guy is the only complete TE in the draft. He just screams competitor and would be an automatic uprade from soft and slow Julius Thomas

    Round 3
    Maurice Hurst
    Round 1 talent left until the 3rd Round because of aheart condition. Lots of DTs in the past have been flagged for heart conditions and some have overcame while some are still having trouble. For example Nick Fairley had a few decent years in the league with Lions before he was redflagged in his medical check up after signing with the saints... teams will be afraid to touch until round 3

    Round 4a
    Shaquem Griffin
    Darling of the draft.. another player teams might be afraid to touch because of medical condition... but 4.38 40 as a backer ... nuff said

    Round 4b
    Jaylen Samuels
    This could end up being a favorite pick of mine. Mr. Do it All for NC State reminds me of Charles Clay
    Imagine a package that uses him as TE and Hurst as another TE with still playmakers on the outside ..if RT cannot produce with that something is wrong...

    Round 5
    Luke Falk
    A project for Gase to play around with. Who knows what could happen. He could develop in to the next late round QB stud.

    Round 6
    Derrick Nnadi
    You dont replace Suh with just one player but you add two young aggresive DTs to your already young group and let them learn from the vets of your goup..thats why I love that the fins resigned Hayes..they should slide him insude keeping Quinn Harris Wake and Branch outside and keep as much speed as possible o the defense .. anyways with so many DTs and DEs we can keep our linemen fresh by rotating constantly

    Round 7
    Taylor Hearn
    1. You don't go through a draft without taking an OL prospect
    2. You take prospects that are used to winning.. so you take prospects from the likes of Clemson
     
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    Not bad but there's a pretty good chance the first 3 guys are gone before those spots. Same for Luke Falk and we really need another RB
     
  4. SCOTTY

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    I don't think we have a 5th. Also Tannen-bum hasn't signed a kicker so now we have to draft one.
     
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    UDFA for a kicker.......
     
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    I love that round 1 pick.
     
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    I like it, but now way is Griffin available in round 4 and Falk in round 5. Not bad at all though. Griffin would be a good fit for us.
     
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    Trade down in first, get a second and third. Draft lb, qb, tight end, safety, guard in first 3 rounds. Get rb and kicker on day 3. Back ups and st for rest.
     
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    We don't have a 5th this year. This is what we have:
    • 1st round | 11th overall
    • 2nd round | 42nd overall
    • 3rd round | 73rd overall
    • 4th round | 123rd overall (from CLE through CAR)
    • 4th round | 131st overall (from NE through PHI)
    • 6th round | 209th overall (compensatory – from LAR through KC)
    • 7th round | 223rd overall (from TB)
    • 7th round | 229th overall
     
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    Nice mock.

    1. James - I think Fitzpatrick will be gone.
    2. Michel - Might be dreaming that he lasts this long.
    3 Jewell -lb
    4. Thompson- DT
    4. Wisconsin TE name escapes me
    6. BPA
    7. BPA
     
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    SF, it's Anthony Fumigali, TE, Wis. I'm a big fan of this guy, he shredded the Hurricanes.
     
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    If I was tBUM I would quit, so the Dolphins could prosper.
     
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    I think there is a very good chance a one armed player is still there in the 4th
     
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    Don’t touch Jewell. I believe he will pull a Chris Borland and retire before the end of his rookie contract. He doesn’t love football and it shows in his lack of desire to watch film. He is banking on a quick payday. That’s it.
     
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    I hate the fact that he is prejudged on his hand but I do understand it. He has both his arms only missing his hand. I live in SFL and got to watch every game last year. This guy is legit. Better than most two handed players. In two years at lb has 100 solo tackles, 66 assists, 33.5 for loses. 18.5 sacks and 2 ints. The guy is freakish athletic and has a crazy motor, think ZT. I can see him going 3/4 pretty easily. One hand hasnt slowed JPP down!
     
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    OMG (!) Minkah Fitzpatrick is a piece of Saban $hit and I'll barf for 30 days and nights if he's our R1!!!

    beyond that -- what kind of BS name is "Minkah" ? Sounds like a toy schnauzer....
     
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    I want Justin Jones, DT, NC State in the third, he plays like, "why you been smokin' all my weed, Smokey!" Gesicki in the second and whoever the guy who you can't believe slid to #11 in the first.

    Screw Vea, he's just an anchor with no pop.He's not Ngata.

    Pass on McGlinchey. FML if we end up with a CB not named Ward.
     
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    If I was T-Dumb, I would summarily resign because I would know that I am an idiot and more often than not any move I make is going to be the wrong one. That being said, I am not T-Dumb and he is a moron - so, he will continue to think he is the most clever guy in the room and in the process will destroy what is left of the team before our illustrious owner and chief, who is ignorant of all things football related, gets a clue and fires him.
     
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    I would take that draft although I currently don’t believe there is a role for a 2nd round TE and Maurice Hurst’s condition would keep me away.

    This is my latest attempt using Fanspeak; never shall an opposing TE hurt us between Fitzpatrick, Warner and Griffin!

    11: R1P11

    S MINKAH FITZPATRICK
    ALABAMA
    42: R2P10

    The FS we have needed for years, allows the defense to go full on hybrid with TJ.

    DL HARRISON PHILLIPS
    STANFORD
    73: R3P9

    Poor man’s Vea/Bryan. Not as big as Vea but nearly as strong, not as athletic as Bryan but much more instinctual. He just hustles and makes plays which is exactly what Gase said he wanted.

    LB FRED WARNER
    BRIGHAM YOUNG
    123: R4P23

    Big as a LB but moves like a safety.

    TE IAN THOMAS
    INDIANA
    131: R4P31

    Can block all day and was underutilized as a receiver.

    LB SHAQUEM GRIFFIN
    CENTRAL FLORIDA
    209: R6P35

    Feel good story and special teams demon.

    S TROY APKE
    PENN STATE
    227: R7P9

    Threw darts a bit here. Betting on the athlete to replace Thomas on special teams.

    RB ITO SMITH
    SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI
    229: R7P11

    A lot of wear on not the biggest guy but he is fun too watch.

    OT BRETT TOTH
    ARMY

    Developmental linemen.
     
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    1. Pick 11-Roquon Smith, ILB/OLB

    2. Pick 42- Frank Ragnow, G/C

    3. Pick 73- Braden Smith, G

    4 Pick 123- Jaylen Samuels, TE/FB

    4. Pick 131-Kevin Toliver II, CB

    6. Pick 209- Jamar Summers S/CB

    7. Pick 223- Coleman Shelton, C

    7. Pick 229- Daniel Carlson K.
     
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    Seems like this draft passes on top talent at skilled positions. I can't get on board with 3 o line with two picks in first 3 rounds. We need another rb too. I don't think Smith makes it to 3rd round. I like Ragnow but in the 4th maybe trade back up onto late 3rd. I see a lot of posters like Samuels. I'm torn. He is a player without a true position. If your thinking TE I much rather use our 2nd on the top of the class.
     
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    • 1st round | 11th overall [trade for a talented veteran on an appropriately expensive veteran contract]
    • 2nd round | 42nd overall [trade up using 2nd + 3rd + 4th + next year's 1st for a mid 1st this year, use on Vita Vea]
    • 3rd round | 73rd overall [see above]
    • 4th round | 123rd overall (from CLE through CAR) [see above]
    • 4th round | 131st overall (from NE through PHI) [draft a kicker]
    • 6th round | 209th overall (compensatory – from LAR through KC) [wide receiver]
    • 7th round | 223rd overall (from TB) [wide receiver]
    • 7th round | 229th overall [wide receiver]
     
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    Tbaum? I prolly would of traded down 3 times out of the first round by now and the spent every pick aquired plus what I already had and a first and 2nd next year to move up to 11 and draft vae, edmunds or Lamar Jackson. Hey, you asked.
     
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    This is my mock....


    Your score is: 22083 (GRADE: A)

    Your Picks:
    Round 1 Pick 14 (G.B.): Fitzpatrick, Minkah, CB/FS, Alabama (A)
    Round 2 Pick 10: Evans, Rashaan, OLB/ILB, Alabama (A-)
    Round 2 Pick 13 (G.B.): Price, Billy, C/OG, Ohio State (A)
    Round 3 Pick 9: Hurst, Hayden, TE, South Carolina (A+)
    Round 4 Pick 23: Brown, Orlando, OT, Oklahoma (A+)
    Round 4 Pick 30: Callaway, Antonio, WR, Florida (A+)
    Round 6 Pick 35: Litton, Chase, QB, Marshall (A+)
    Round 7 Pick 5: Bellamy, Davin, OLB, Georgia (A+)
    Round 7 Pick 11: Looney, James, DT, California (A+)
     
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    Some good players there but can't see Minkah being there at 14 or Price lasting that long. I really like Hurst but again, he might go late first to early 2nd. Like the QB and would draft a RB
     
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    DT, round 1, tight end round 2, line backer round 3, running back round 4, FS round 4 or QB, Kicker round 6, linebacker round 7, tight end round 7
     
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    Love the replies!
    I love Minkah Edmunds and Smith

    If all are on the board who are you taking?
    Then again are we all settled on RT as our absolute QB for future does anyone know of any QB prospects next year that might be an upgrade? Or is there a round 2 guy that you think might surprise some people...Mason Rudolph?
     
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    You said pretty much word for word what I was going to.....I'd only add that if I were Tannebaum I'd ask any other GM in the league to run my draft....even if they set out to undermine us they couldn't do worse than that idiot.

    BTW....still wondering, has it ever been proven he wasn't a Patriots plant???....First he ruins the Jest and now he's here ruining us....if he winds up next in Buffalo I guess we'll have the answer, lol.
     
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    When he first got the job that is the question I proposed, but I got no response.
     
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    1.Tremaine Edmunds LB
    2. Mason Rudolph QB
    3.Hayden Hurst TE
    4.Tarvarus McFadden CB
    4.Deadrin Senat DT
    6. Mark Walton RB
    7.BPA
    7.BPA
     
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    Of those 3 Edmunds. Can't get passed his freakish athleticism.
     
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    Well, as you can see, my signature has somewhat, what my preferences are, obviously the drafts can go a load of ways and I could end up loving it as much or more, but that is what I think is the most possible...
     
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    Fire the HC and get a new one.
    Draft Bama, tOSU, and Clemson defenders. Forget about “Mizzou” type defenders.
    And somewhere in between get a RG and a TE.
     
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    Since everyone else is posting their mock drafts... here's another

    (falls about the worst possible way in round way with Smith, Fitz, James, Edmunds all gone, as well as the the QBs except for Allen. Allen went at 12, with Vea at 13)

    1- LVE
    2- Gesicki (Goedert went late 1st)
    3- Deshone Elliot
    4- Mike White (missed out on Lauletta)
    4- Shaq Griffin
    6- Antonio Callaway
    7- Eddy Pineiro
    7- Herndon (double down, why not with this pick if he were here, or couldve gone with Ito Smith)

    I'd be happy with that, just kind of missed out on a rb
     
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    Trade back a few pics get a 3rd draft Vea or best TE.
    2nd round trade back a few pick grab a 4th .
    Giving us
    1st
    2nd
    3rd,3rd
    4th,4th,4th
    6th
    7th,7th
    Now take a DT, LB, TE ,RB, QB, OG, CB, OG, TE, RB
     
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    I can't wait to laugh at the team that draft Mike White! Ah crap you have us taking him. Ha-ha???
     
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    He he ha ha

    They’re all just developmental qbs at that point. Other option at that point? Falk.... meh

    What’s your grand plan?
     
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    I get the want for a developmental qb in that particular draft. I just think White is a pud. I wouldn't wait that deep for a qb.
    My grand plan if all went our way: Mayfield, Hurst, Chubb, Elliott, Griffin.
    Id love for fumagalli to get completely over looked and we double up at TE with him in the 6th.
     

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