Toledo to Miami

Joe Toledo, who moved from tight end to offensive tackle for his senior year at the University of Washington, has been tabbed as the Dolphins' fourth-round pick.

Toledo is a 6-5, 335-pound tackle who started six games last season and allowed only one sack. He missed action because of a high ankle sprain.

Toledo is regarded as a sleeper pick because of his lack of experience at tackle, but he's got some athletic ability and also is a smart player.

He didn't run a very impressive time as the Scouting Combine, but it's not a big deal considering his position and considering the fact he had a hamstring problem that day.

Toledo played both right and left tackle for the Huskies after Coach Tyrone Willingham suggested the move to him to help both the team and Toledo's draft prospects.

As a tight end, Toledo started nine games as a junior and caught 19 passes for 202 yards and two touchdowns.

Toledo joins a group of Dolphins offensive tackles that includes Damion McIntosh, L.J. Shelton, Vernon Carey, 2005 sixth-round pick Anthony Alabi and newly signed Mike Pearson.

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