Likely to fall due to his mediocre height (6 feet) at the position, Woods could be a great depth guy for an improving Dolphins defensive line. He could learn from Ndamukong Suh and eventually take over for the aging Earl Mitchell.
At 6-foot-1, 198 pounds, Worley has tremendous size to match up against anyone. Pair him with Kendall Fuller and the Dolphins have two new rookie cornerbacks to compete for the starting jobs.
A dynamic playmaker with great hands. Needs to work on routes but could immediately find a niche on the special teams unit as a return man or gunner before finding a more prominent role among the wideouts.
An All Pac-12 Conference second team selection, Hogan would be the perfect guy to bring in to compete for the backup job and work with QB guru Adam Gase to challenge Ryan Tannehill.
The 6-foot-3, 238 pound senior looks more like a wide receiver than a TE, and that is because he can play mutliple positions, including halfback. He is a hybrid by nature, similar to Charles Clay, but has tremendous hands and can catch up the seam. Carter would be a project, but one that could eventually serve as the replacement to Jordan Cameron in the near future.
Aiono switched over from BYU Cougars after his freshman season, and has played some right tackle. He won't be an immediate starter, but he could add depth to a porous Miami offensive line.
Collins is a productive bowling ball of a runningback for the Razorbacks could be useful if Lamar Miller leaves in free agency.
Wilson is 6-foot-7 and was often injured, but has a very similar game to Ryan Tannehill and could be a longterm project for Gase.