I do agree that the offensive line needs one more dominant type player.
I love Sewell as a prospect, but I wouldn't dream on that. Most likely Miami will trade down from #3.
To me, it makes sense to find both a center and maybe a right tackle. The Dolphins could move Hunt inside.
Another point, Miami needs a running back to complement Gaskin and Ahmed. A power back who can get you those tough yards.
Hopefully a power back with instincts, who consistently finds the right running lanes. I don't know fans talk enough about running backs making the right decisions, but that is huge.
Mixed reviews at the Senior Bowl, but I really like this kid. Very smooth for a big back. Good vision, short strider with excellent balance. He does a lot of things well.
He'd probably be there at 50.
p.s. I'm no fan of OU but a Norman double dip in rd 2 (Humphrey at 36) would not hurt my feelers in the slightest.
There's a lot of depth at RB in this draft; I suspect he'll fall even further than that.
You want a fun watch about a guy who might fall WAY into the late rounds? Check out Jermar Jefferson out of Oregon State. I genuinely cannot figure out why he's getting zero buzz.
Thats fan buzz. Scouts turn over every rock. It's pretty standard that even if the measurables are good, if the level of competition is questionable, a player will be seen as a late round prospect.I do recall him going off against Oregon this past season
The reason IMO for his lack of Buzz is that he played for the Beavers not the Ducks