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  • Round 2

    Connor Cook (QB) - Probably to Browns
    Jack, Myles (OLB)
    Ragland, Reggie (ILB)
    Robinson, A'Shawn (DT)
    Dodd, Kevin (DE)
    Jones, Chris (DT)
    Henry, Hunter (TE)
    Reed, Jarran (DT)
    Whitehair, Cody (OG)
    Henry, Derrick (RB)
    Howard, Jordan (RB)
    MacKensie Alexander (CB)
    Jaylon Smith (LB)
    Noah Spence (DE)
    Xavier Howard (CB)
    Kenneth Dixon (RB)
    Emmanuel Ogbah (DE)
    Kentrell Brothers (LB)

    The Dolphins are drafting in the 11th place. So who do you think will be the BPA when they are in the clock? Henry, Alexander, Ogbah, Spence, Dixon?

  • #2
    There are a couple of guys there that we talked about as our 1st rounder. If we should land Jack, Alexander or Dodd, it will be amazing. I'm worried about Ragland, or I'd like him in the 2nd too. Derrick Henry, Connor Cook, Noah Spence, Emmanuel Ogbah, Cody Whitehair or Jaylon Smith would all be picks I'd be happy with.

    ​Don't forget Sua Cravens...another very interesting player...

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    • #3
      Of those players you listed my favorites are in this order.

      DE Emmanuel Ogbah
      DE Kevin Dodd
      DT Chris Jones
      DT Jarran Reed
      DT A'Shawn Robinson
      DB Mackensie Alexander
      QB Connor Cook
      RB Derrick Henry

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      • #4
        I think Su'a Cravens is the next Ronnie Lott and teaming him in the defensive backfield with Jones would lend great support to both our LBs and CBs.
        If the Dolphins move Albert in to LG and draft Whitehair in the 2nd to play RG, the O line would suddenly become amazing.
        Ragland is the centerpiece of the defense, a wrecking ball and a natural leader. Having a gravitational force like him around pulls a defense together and keeps it working as a single unit.
        There are so many players that would make us better but these three guys have the abilty to tie units together. Exciting stuff.

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        • #5
          DF
          You are killing me with the mask brov...lol...good mornin to you!

          Mackenzie has to the be choice....I am surprised he dropped from the first.

          My list would be as follows:
          CB Mackenzie ALexander
          OLB Myles Jack
          RB Derek Henry
          DE Kevin Dodd
          Xavier Howard

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          • DolphinsFreak
            DolphinsFreak commented
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            AHA.......I had to do it ! I put it up as my profile pick about 5-10 minutes before our pick because I thought it was hilarious and because I had a strange feeling he was going to fall to us and be our pick. The experts can knock the puck if they want but Tunsil has been the BEST PLAYER IN THE DRAFT for many months, without question. They can't take away all his years of hard work because of one dumb photo. If I were entering the draft this year I know there are dozens of pictures of me that my friends and enemies could post that would make my draft stock drop. Aha

        • #6
          If we draft Mackenzie Alexander in the 2nd round and sign Leon Hall after the draft then I think our corner situation would be set. Maxwell and Hall would be the starters on the outside. Alexander would be the slot corner. Then our depth would be Taylor McCain and Lippett.

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          • #7
            Originally posted by Bahamas View Post
            DF
            You are killing me with the mask brov...lol...good mornin to you!

            Mackenzie has to the be choice....I am surprised he dropped from the first.

            My list would be as follows:
            CB Mackenzie ALexander
            OLB Myles Jack
            RB Derek Henry
            DE Kevin Dodd
            Xavier Howard

            Yeah, I am on board with this list as well. I may add Ragland in there as well. I think Mackenzie, Howard, and Dodd might be my top three.

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            • #8
              There's definitely gonna be some talent still sitting on the board when our pick rolls around, the question is will a top-talent Corner still be sitting there...My hope is for Alexander, but i can feel it in my bones that there's gonna be another run on Corners before our pick comes up & we'll end up screwed...

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              • #9
                Great comments, guys! I am just extremely excited looking at that long list of talented players! There is one fact about this list, one of these talented players is going to be a Miami Dolphin. Has the Dolphins 20 plus years of bad luck FINALLY changed?

                I agree with some of you. My list in order would probably be .......

                MacKensie Alexander (We really need someone opposite Maxwell)
                Derek Henry (Obvious reasons)
                Kevin Dodd (1st round talent DE)
                Ogbah
                Cravens
                Cook (Everyone should know by now I have liked Cook for two years now)

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                • #10
                  Originally posted by FTLDOLFAN View Post
                  If we draft Mackenzie Alexander in the 2nd round and sign Leon Hall after the draft then I think our corner situation would be set. Maxwell and Hall would be the starters on the outside. Alexander would be the slot corner. Then our depth would be Taylor McCain and Lippett.

                  From what I have heard signing Hall after the draft has been the plan, but heard they would use him as a nickle guy. Nickle or boundary either way gives them a lot of options. I liked McCain last year and based on match-ups he and Hall could be in a nice rotation.

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                  • DolphinsFreak
                    DolphinsFreak commented
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                    Hall would be a smart pick up. I love that idea. I hope they still plan on going after Mackemzie or someone of his caliber too though.

                • #11
                  Tannehill and Gase would be salivating at the idea of drafting Cody Whitehair. Can you imagine the Dolphins drafting the best tackle and guard in the draft? That would instantly make the Dolphins o-line go from worst to possibly one of the top units in the league.

                  There are other positions I would rather have, like cornerback, linebacker or defensive end, but the thought of finally protecting the Dolphins quarterback and getting rid of ALL the excuses is an awesome feeling.

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                  • #12
                    JACK
                    Ragland
                    Mackenzie
                    Cravens
                    Ogbah
                    Whitehair
                    Best RB in Round three......sung to the tune, War Pigs.

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                    • #13
                      Originally posted by DolphinsFreak View Post
                      Tannehill and Gase would be salivating at the idea of drafting Cody Whitehair. Can you imagine the Dolphins drafting the best tackle and guard in the draft? That would instantly make the Dolphins o-line go from worst to possibly one of the top units in the league.

                      There are other positions I would rather have, like cornerback, linebacker or defensive end, but the thought of finally protecting the Dolphins quarterback and getting rid of ALL the excuses is an awesome feeling.

                      Going BPA, it could happen, but I suspect they'll have a higher grade and weight placed on other positions than OG now. We're no longer playing ZBS on the OL, and with Tunsil now drafted, Tuner and Douglas will be given another shot at winning RG.

                      I honestly have no idea what we're picking next.

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                      • DolphinsFreak
                        DolphinsFreak commented
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                        Yeah, I'm aware that the likihood of the Dolphins drafting Whitehair are slim considering every Dolphins coach that they've had thinks anyone can play guard they might not see a need to draft one. The thought of having an o-line like that is exciting you have to admit, especially you being a Tannehill fan.

                        As I mentioned above, I do think they should go in another direction, like defense, but the THOUGHT of having an offensive line like that one makes me smile.

                      • cuchulainn
                        cuchulainn commented
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                        Slim, but who knows? We're picking 11th and if there's a run on DE's and DBs, it could happen if the good one's are gone.

                        I'm stoked at having an improved OL for sure, but also a play caller in Gase who prioritizes the importance of the running game and balance on O, especially in the AFCE.

                    • #14
                      No Kendall Fuller? Come on people haha!

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                      • DolphinsFreak
                        DolphinsFreak commented
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                        I thought he was drafted. Maybe I got him confused with the WR? 😊

                      • VAIDER5120
                        VAIDER5120 commented
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                        Haha you must have. πŸ˜€

                      • cuchulainn
                        cuchulainn commented
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                        His size and knee injury are working against him. Still, he should go this round. His meniscus injury is the same as Jack's...

                    • #15
                      cuchulainn commented
                      14 minutes ago
                      His size and knee injury are working against him. Still, he should go this round. His meniscus injury is the same as Jack's...

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                      Yeah but that's not why Jack is falling. Fuller is fine.

                      The repair of the lateral meniscus that tore off the bone when he suffered the injury in September is not the issue, according to several sources with direct knowledge of Jack's situation. Instead, the cartilage and bone have begun to separate, creating what is referred to by medical professionals as an osteochondral defect.

                      http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...rns-about-knee

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                      • cuchulainn
                        cuchulainn commented
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                        Right, same injury... difference is that Fuller's is healed and Jack's isn't. Weird how that happens.

                      • VAIDER5120
                        VAIDER5120 commented
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                        Yes very. Fuller even played through the injury at the beginning of the year but once the Ohio State game was done he decided to take care of it to be ready for the NFL.

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