I would probably rank that lower on Miami's list of needs after watching this group's improvement.To be honest I dont know really. Between being an FSU fan and this college season kind of being a mess in general I havent been paying a whole lot of attention lol.
Agreed, but we’re quickly getting to the point where there aren’t a lot of needs. I say WR, RB, ILB are the only 3 above FS, and ILB is a bit of a toss up I think.I would probably rank that lower on Miami's list of needs after watching this group's improvement.
Don't pass up talent, but not a big priority.
I generally agree. This wide receiver class is so deep, I'd take two early. Get a speed guy as a #1 priority, or a complete wide receiver who can do it all. I'd prefer picks 1b and 2b, but obviously depends how the draft falls. The way Miami is playing, there could be four or five wide receivers off the board before the Dolphins second #1 pick. With the Houston pick, if the Dolphins want a wide receiver, they should be in position to get the one on top of their list (Chase or Smith I'd think).Agreed, but we’re quickly getting to the point where there aren’t a lot of needs. I say WR, RB, ILB are the only 3 above FS, and ILB is a bit of a toss up I think.
"Whoever gets the Week 11 call will be getting thrown to the wolves against the Dolphins' elite defense."I can't say injury because I'm looking for Waddle in the first round to us. I'm still have him on my board, there's just something. Ask me again around draft time.
I saw the Irish vs G Tech...and I was thinking that same thing about him. He's not eligible to come out for this coming draft though, is he?Yep...I've seen two Irish games. He has the makings of a very good chess piece from the FS spot (size, tackle, cover, centerfielder, blitzing).