Miami Dolphins Draft Profile: Will Fuller

With the NFL Draft right around the corner., the Miami Dolphins are more than likely looking for a cornerback to fill in for the departed Brent Grimes.

I think the Miami Dolphins should be looking to add to the offense and let the defense build on the trades that Miami did on the off-season.

Do not get me wrong, I know and understand that the Dolphins defense has numerous holes to fill, stemming from last season and the season before that.

Wide receiver Matt Hazel will emerge this year as a prominent slot receiver; Jarvis Landry will be his typically outstanding self and pick up where he left off last year at being one of the top receiver’s in the league. Devante Parker in his sophomore year will have a more active role, and the veteran Kenny Stills will always be that dependable receiver. But after the departure of Rishard Matthews to the Tennessee Titans, and Greg Jennings to free agency who will the Dolphins use as a number one or number two receiver lining up next to Jarvis Landry.

It seems that the top prospects from this years draft are either on the defensive side or quarterbacks.  What if the personnel that Miami wants to fill the role on defense is not available when that 13th pick rolls around? Should they look at the running back or wide receiver position?

In my opinion I say let running back Jay Ajayi take the reins from departed Lamar Miller and watch him flourish as being a premier back in the NFL.

I would like to see the Dolphins pick Notre Dame’s Will Fuller as a top receiver in this years draft. He has speed, can catch the long ball, and in college has made a name as being the go to guy for those long touchdown passes that the Dolphins have lacked over the years.

Miami Dolphins fans we only have a couple of days till the draft, and the excitement is building to see who the Dolphins will pick in the first round. who ever it might be, I hope they make an impact immediately and not in the distant future for the Miami Dolphins.

FINS UP!!!    

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