Miami Dolphins 2 round draft pick is................DALLAS GOEDERT........who calls their kid Dallas! Love it, Dallas is a baller.
With the QB position dealt with and far too many holes to fill (aye aye), I looked at TE, CB and DL. MacMillian is back from his ACL and is like adding a new player at LB but Miami could also use an outside linebacker in this draft.
Taking this this in to account, I am probably looking at CB in the 3rd and TE in the 4th, so drafting someone to replace this incredibly large gap Suh left was important.
I do personally like Maurice Hurst and in the real draft, I think the fins have a chance to grab him in the 2nd but Browns picked him up already. Tavern Bryan was taken ahead of me. I'm not big on the next available DTs......so I'll pick a fat boy later in round 3.
TE it is - DALLAS GOEDERT - South Dakota St.
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This South Dakota native has blossomed into a NFL-caliber receiving tight end during his time with the home-state Jackrabbits. Goedert (pronounced GOD-ert) was a finalist for the Walter Payton Award as the top player in the Football Championship Subdivision in 2016, also grabbing several All-American awards and a first-team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference nod. His combination of size, speed, agility, and reliable hands allowed him to rank him in the top 15 in the FCS with 92 receptions for 1,293 yards and 11 touchdowns -- and made scouts stand up and notice. Goedert started 10 of 12 games played as a sophomore, catching 26 passes for 484 yards and three scores; he had a part in the team's win over Kansas early on, catching two passes for 49 yards. He played in 14 games as a redshirt freshman in 2014, and lead the team's tight ends with eight receptions for 100 yards.
Runs with good bend up the field and into routes
Moveable chess piece
Capable three-level worker as pass catcher
Team looked to find creative ways to get football in his hands
Carries good strength in frame and plays through physical challenges in his routes
Gains adequate separation with short and intermediate routes
Maintains top play speed when working vertically
Able to work over top of linebackers
Former high school hooper with advanced ball skills and body control
Pass snatcher with huge paws and strong hands
His highlight reels are filled with acrobatic, one-hand catches
Uses frame to gain advantageous positioning and can make in-air adjustments
Has size and technique to work with as in-line blocker
Strikes with good pad level, knee bend and hand placement
Looked stronger at point of attack this season
Possesses balance to hang in against rugged ends if he plays tough
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