We're just a few picks away from the seventh and final round. And rather than post a new thread for each of the Miami Dolphins remaining two draft picks, I'm going to simply update this post with the info.
First, a recap of what the Dolphins have done so far:
1st Round, 15th overall pick: Mike Pouncey, C, Florida
2nd Round, 62nd overall pick: Daniel Thomas, RB, Kansas State
4th Round, 111th overall pick: Edmond Gates, WR, Abilene Christian
6th Round, 174th overall pick: Charles Clay, TE/H-Back, Tulsa
**7th Round, 231st overall pick: Frank Kearse, DT, Alabama A&M**
Kearse measures in at 6'4, 315 pounds and looks like a potential nose tackle project. Tony Pauline writes about the kid, "Kearse is a strong, wide-bodied defender who does a better job occupying blockers rather than making plays up the field. He could develop into a zero-technique/nose tackle prospect at the next level as he physically matures, adds bulk to his frame, and gets stronger."
**7th Round, 235th overall pick: James Wilson, CB, Montana**
Wilson measures in at 5'11, 193 pounds and was timed at 4.52 and 4.49 at his Pro Day. He also turned in 19 reps at 225 on the bench and a 35 inch vertical. Many expected him to go undrafted because of his past, which includes being locked away in prison for two years for murder before being acquitted. But he's a kid with day two talent who the Dolphins get in round seven.
And with that, the 2011 Miami Dolphins draft class is complete.