World-class speed and a G.I. Joe Kung Fu grip on the football. Lamar Miller is ready.
Most everyone is all about Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland right now, and it's easy to see why--his 2012 draft brought a boatload of speed, size and brains to South Florida. Oh, and he drafted Miami's first first-round quarterback (Ryan Tannehill) since Dan Marino in 1983. That kind of ballsiness, paired with a relentless pursuit of top-notch athletes like Michael Egnew and Lamar Miller, is bound to make you some friends in a football city that desperately wants (and needs) to get in line with current NFL trends and blow out scoreboards. However, we won't know just how good Ireland's draft was until these new guys get on the field next fall. In the meantime, let us know which Dolphins draft selection was your least favorite of the bunch.
Which Dolphins 2012 draft selection was your least favorite?
Ryan Tannehill, QB Texas A&M (113 votes)
Jonathan Martin, OT Stanford (37 votes)
Olivier Vernon, DE Miami (173 votes)
Michael Egnew, TE Mizzou (72 votes)
Lamar Miller, RB Miami (52 votes)
Josh Kaddu, OLB Oregon (282 votes)
B.J. Cunningham, WR Michigan State (88 votes)
Rishard Matthews, WR Nevada (95 votes)
Kheeston Randall, DT Texas (251 votes)
1163 total votes