The Dolphins have a very solid group of wide receivers, led of course by Brandon Marshall and Davone Bess. But the one piece that unit is missing is a true speed receiver who could stretch the field.
There are a few guys available in this draft that could fill that role. Below are three that I'm particularly interested in - including one kid that isn't getting much buzz at all.
The videos are all below...
First up is Abilene Christian's Edmond Gates, who measures in at just under six feet tall and timed a 4.37 in the 40 at the Combine:
Next up is Kentucky's Randall Cobb, who has generated a lot of buzz as the draft process kicked into high gear because of his versatility. Cobb measures in at 5'10 and 191 pounds. He turned in an official 4.46, but has elite quickness and loos faster on film:
And finally, a guy not being talked about too much right now - Tennessee's Denarius Moore. Moore measures in at 5'11 and a half, 194 pounds. He ran a 4.45 in the 40 - the 8th fastest at the Combine. And when I see film on the kid, I always seem to come away impressed: