Part 3: A realistic Miami Dolphins mock draft
5-Stanley Jean-Baptiste – CBfrom Nebraska (originally from Miami, Florida— he went to Central High School… the #1 high school football team in the USA) 6’3″ 220 LBS- 40 Time: 4:56
“Uses his long arms and strong hands to bat away passes as they arrive, demonstrating good hand-eye coordination and leaping ability. Uses his long arms very effectively to rip free from blockers. Surprisingly fluid hips for a cornerback of his size. Capable of changing directions well to maintain close proximity to the receiver. Good ball skills, including the ability to extend and pluck outside of his frame.” Rob Rang nfldraftscout.com
6- Deandre Coleman – DT from California – 6’5″, 315 LBS- 40 Time: 5:12
“Extends his arms nicely to keep blockers away from his chest, demonstrating the ability to shed and get a hand on ball-carriers if they attempt to run near him. Above average initial quickness and straight-line speed for a man of his size. Durable performer who played in all 37 games over the past three seasons.”
7-Carrington Byndom – CB from Texas- Currently ranked # 211- 5’11”, 180 LBS- 40 Time: 4:53
“ Byndom’s lean frame allowed him to be pushed around by some of the bigger, more physical receivers in the conference, but his agility and hand-eye coordination quickly established him as a cornerback to think twice about challenging.” Rob Rang nfldraftscout.com
There you have it, the more realistic of my mock drafts. More than a mock draft , these more like analyses of the players who, in my opinion, could be of productive for the Dolphins. In case you missed Part 2, I will explored the players in my “Life is Like a Box of Chocolate” mock draft.