Drango compares to All-Pro rookie Zack Martin of the Dallas Cowboys, which is about as good as a comparison as you can get as a prospective rookie in the NFL. He played left tackle for Baylor, but will likely move inside as he transitions from Baylor's spread offense to pro offense. The transition should be easy for Drango however, as he has all the fundamentals and the intelligence to move inside. He could come in immediately and would likely overtake Billy Turner as the starting guard for the Miami Dolphins.
Howard has fantastic size at 6-foot-1, 200 pounds and could compete to have an instant impact in an already weak Miami Dolphins secondary.
The Dolphins have a couple of solid line backers in Koa Misi and Jelani Jenkins, but they lack one that is good in coverage. Deion Jones is a good line backer that can cover as well as get to the quarterback.
The Dolphins need a lot of help in the secondary this pick will come down to best defensive back available at this point. Enter Russell.null