The Dolphins addressed their need for a wide receiver in the third round when they selected Arizona State's Derek Hagan with the 82nd overall pick. In terms of production, the Dolphins hardly could have done better than Hagan.
Hagan left ASU as the all-time Pac-10 leader in receptions with 258. Hagan finished his college career in style with 77 catches for 1,210 yards and eight touchdowns.
Hagan is a wide receiver with great size at almost 6-2, 210 pounds. He also has decent speed, running a 4.46 at the Scouting Combine.
The reason Hagan was available in the third round probably was his hands, which have been described at inconsistent.
Hagan joins a wide receiver corps that has few proven commodities beyond Chris Chambers and Marty Booker.