The Miami Dolphins left the team with only four picks in the 2022 NFL Draft, lacking the kind of draft assets the organization has experienced over the past three years – first only one of those picks (No. 102) three rounds.
This does not preclude the company from leaving the draft and unfinished signature period; Few promises can be made because teams that properly evaluate talents do not need to be selected in advance to improve their list.
Check out Mami’s top five destinations, and see how the dolphins face the potential to return in 3 days with a competitive advantage, a high-end player and a potential newcomer. .
Required sharp edge run – Emmanuel Ogbah is the second best defender in the world, but the dolphins need to find someone who can do the opposite. Miami’s 2021 first-round pick Jael Phillips has thrived on Miami’s plans to make Miami an off-line defender, using the previous hurricane as a passing pace. Behind the scenes are defensive lineman Andrew Van Ginkel and two development projects in Dishon Hall and Darius Hodge as cornerbacks.
Shopping Target Target Of George George Carlaftis
Carlaphtis is a marvelous athlete who excelled in strength and body. He is effective in setting the pace in a running game and plays with a temper tantrum that allows him to serve 3-4 defenses. He uses his hands well at the scene of the attack and has defensive measures that allow him to deliver 14.5 bags in three seasons.
Fall plan Kentucky Josh Pascal
Pascal’s engine warms up, and his strength helps him win his rightful place in the battle line. He prepares the edges correctly, using his length and strong hands to remove the blocks. He explains that his speed is not lacking in Poland and he has carried just 13.5 sacks in 52 games in five college seasons.
Workable choice: Ole Miss Sam Williams
Williams has a fast, powerful hands and engine that helps him clean up the show. The 404-yard dash has a lot of prototype features like 4.46 times, which makes him a better athlete. The character’s fear of being charged with aggravated assault may result in him being selected for one or two rounds of interrogation. His struggles against running in college meant he could be better used as an outside linebacker.
Interest demand- in line defense – Baker’s record of playing outside of Miami has been impressive over the course of the season, with Ellenon Roberts claiming to be the bottom two defensive lineman. If Baker continues to play the role he played in the second half of last season, the Dolphins will need to find a defender who has the motivation and the ability to cover.
Shopping Target Target Christian Harris of Alabama
Harris is a true three-pronged linebacker with loose hips, speed and athletics needed to cover the space. Its speed and agility allow it to hit obstacles, but it also has the required amount of traffic (6-2, 230). However, offenses seem to target him on college coverage and that could be the case in the NFL.
Fall plan Georgia Changing Tyndale
While Tyndale played a defensive role for the Bulldogs, he demonstrated his athleticism and athleticism, and he was a side-by-side defender. The knock on Tyndale seems to be hesitant as it descends into the zones. But he could be a key player in the third tier of the game.
Workable choice: Wiming Chad Mum
Mummy has the ability to line up and drop linebackers fast and instinctively. When he is asked to return to cover, his emotions are revealed. It is more comfortable to play with the back of the field, which means that opposing balls can eventually target the game. The good news about Mummy is that he immediately contributes to the special teams.
Desire Center – Michael Dayter started eight games in the middle of last season, but did not prove he is a NFL starter in three seasons. While general manager Chris Gryer looks determined to look like a former third-round pick, the competition will not hurt anyone and as the Deter sees the start of the final season of his contract, it will help the dolphins to think about the future. Development Center, except for training on how to lift Robert Jones.
Shopping Target Target Iowa Tyler Linderby
This is Iowa Studio Athletics, and it is surprisingly fast. It is perfect for zoning methods that require their center to reach the signal points. With a 6 286-pound tad, some teams may be reluctant to pick him in the first round, giving Miami a chance to pick an all-pro caliber player late in the first round or early in the second. If you are motivated to trade into those rounds. All of this comes as Miami decision makers feel it is important to sell Linderba in the next round of elections.
Fall plan Walk Forest Zach Tom
Tom, who has performed the official 4.94 40-time, has a day-over-day backup that costs more than the average and can eventually get a starting point. It’s mobile enough to be effective on accessible blocks, and it has speed and athleticism to play in any plan. The most worrying thing is that he may have trouble fitting his strong nose. Must be present on the 3rd day, unless you have to run at the centers earlier than expected.
Workable choice: West Dohnovan, Arizona State
West, a three-year-old starter for the Sun Devils, is open and in good shape. He has fast legs and good balance, and this will help him recover when hit. If he explains why he is seen as a third-day talent, there is a risk that he will be able to fit strong nostrils efficiently.
Desire: Nose bend – Do you remember how much the Dolphins struggled against Raqua Davis in four games and who played a handful of games while recovering from a knee injury in his first season? It is clear that Miami needs to improve on a better nose than John Jenkins, who could develop into a rookie, and that he should be a starter because five defenders have contracts expiring in the next two seasons.
Shopping Target Target Travis Jones of UConn
This large nasal canal uses its lower body to release energy into the canal. He has incredible speed and a change of direction, which shows that he could be more than a two-way defensive line. But he has to clean up a lot of it from a technical point of view. If Miami 15 picks their third round pick, the dolphins should consider trading to get it.
Fall plan LSU Neil Farrell Jr.
Farrell has quick hands, good exit, and plays a low gravity center, which helps him get under the blocks. It can uproot and line up offensive line players. This means that he has a set of skills needed to destroy the team race. But with 7.5 sacks in 52 college games, he is a straight line athlete so he doesn’t have to worry about passing.
Workable choice: Arkansas John Ridgeway
Ridgeway’s heavy hands allow him to move the blocks to the desired position, and his ability to move sideways allows him to be an effective young player. His size (6-5, 320) strength and engine make him an attractive opportunity for most defensive coaches because he has everything it takes to be a good coach.
The desire behind the corner – Xavien Howard and Biron Jones are one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL, and Nick Nidham is a young and growing player. But Nidham at times struggled with playing back-to-back nickel-based corners. Nidham will play on a one-year deal, especially if the dolphins get real nickel to develop.
Shopping Target Target Washington Kyle Gordon
His disappointing combined performance (4.52 in 40-yards dash) prevents him from being named one of the best athletes in this draft, but he is a liquid athlete who is not covered by his colleague Trent McDufe. The superficial cover is at its best and is instinctive with zonal coverage. He is aggressive in running support, which means that if he is still in Day 2, there may be some potential behind the corner.
Fall plan Alabama Jalin Armor-Davis
Injury caused a slow start in Alabama, but Armore-Davis proved to be the best cornerback in the NFL when he came on the field. He is soft in the back pedal and aggressive in running support. It doesn’t hurt that he ran 40 times in 4.3, so don’t expect him to be on the board more than the third round because Nick Saban’s corners are usually ready in the NFL and teams know that.
Workable choice: Sam Houston State Zion Maccolm
McCollum could make the choice of size (6-2, 200), physicality, speed (4.33 per 40-yard dash) and athletics (3.98 rides). He has conceded 13 balls and 41 passes in 56 college games. But the level of competition is at stake. But in two years, with the right kind of coaching, you can grow into a quality beginner.