Eric Roddy, Publisher: Joe Dahl, OG, Washington State
Dahl played tackle in college but projects better at guard because of his shorter arm length. He started all 12 games last season for Wash. St and would pair nicely with Drango as the Miami Dolphins new guard tandem.
Blythe might be one of the most versatile linemen in the draft, playing center, left guard and right guard throughout his four years at Iowa. He projects best at center, but would be a great plug and play option at either guard spot, a position the Dolphins desperately need help on. Blythe could take over the center position, kicking Mike Pouncey back inside to play guard, aiding the Dolphins in their attempt to fix their woes inside.
Norris is a proven senior with tons of experience playing linebacker and a great football IQ. He makes sense in the later rounds for a team with serious holes at the linebacker position.
At this point a 6-foot-5. 310 pound offensive guard is a great value, hopefully between Morris and Redmond the Dolphin’s find a future starting guard.