A week ago, the Dolphins changed the pattern of the 2021 NFL draft. Although the Dolphins’ mock draft scene is becoming more and more obsolete, this new development provides new opportunities for trying new player combinations and team fits.
Draft.net’s Drae Harris (Drae Harris) is one of the NFL draft analysts, they are trying to make the most recent predictions for the NFL draft this month last week. Harris has six years of NFL scouting experience between Kansas City and Cleveland organizations. He made full use of his previous experience to make not only one round of predictions for the 2021 NFL Draft, but also the entire three rounds of predictions. His love for Miami? This is a good one.
Here are Harris’ thoughts for a 3-round match against the Miami Dolphins:
6th overall-Louisiana State University WR Ja̵
Miami has made some noise, and the draft is still a month away. Surround Tua Tagovailoa with weapons and protective equipment to ensure that he has the opportunity to realize his potential. Some people think that Ja’Marr Chase is the best WR in this class. He will also have the opportunity to grow up with the young QB. ” -TDN Drae Harris (Drae Harris)
18th overall-EDGE Azeez Ojulari, Georgia
Miami has a lot of picks. One of the positions they need is EDGE. They chose Azeez Ojulari here, who is the best pure passer in this draft. Chris Grier and Brian Flores performed well in Miami. ” -TDN Drae Harris (Drae Harris)
Overall ranking 36th-RB Travis Etienne, Clemson
Ranked 50th overall-Ohio State University LB Baron Browning
Ranked 81st overall-Ohio State University Josh Myers (OL Josh Myers)
All in all, Miami gained a starring receiver, a lead rusher, a distinctive guard, a replacement for Kyle Van Neuy (and a guard with a much better reporting ability at Browning) and The match of center Matt Scola provided by Miles. select. If you knew that dolphins would come true, would you take this action for dolphins now?
At the very least, these projected draft picks provide the Dolphins with a strong opportunity to fully meet their needs during the offseason, and lay the foundation for the team to enter a competitive 2021, and the offense is more explosive.