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2014 Dolphins big board poll - Positions 36-40

With the NFL Draft less than three weeks away, we continue building a Dolphins specific big board. We ask you to vote for players 36 through 40 on the board today.

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It's Miami Dolphins big board building time as we move inside three weeks of pre-draft preparation remaining. This year, the NFL Draft begins on May 8 with the first round, then continues May 9 and rounds two and three through to May 10 with rounds four through seven. To get our Phinsider Big Board, we will set up a series of polls for you to add your input into the process.

Previous Results:

Our results for positions 31 through 35 were:

31. Teddy Bridgewater - 148 points
32. Ra'Shede Hageman - 147 points
33. Kyle Fuller - 147 points
34. Johnny Manziel - 137 points
35. Jason Verrett - 117 points

Current Big Board:

Rank Player Position Height Weight School
1 Jadeveon Clowney DE 6'5-1/4" 266 South Carolina
2 Jake Matthews OT 6'5-1/2" 308 Texas A&M
3 Greg Robinson OT 6'5" 332 Auburn
4 C.J. Mosley LB 6'2" 234 Alabama
5 Taylor Lewan OT 6'7-1/8" 309 Michigan
6 Khalil Mack OLB 6'2-5/8" 251 Buffalo
7 Sammy Watkins WR 6'0-3/4" 211 Clemson
8 Eric Ebron TE 6'4-3/4" 250 North Carolina
9 Zack Martin OT 6'4" 308 Notre Dame
10 Mike Evans WR 6'4-3/4" 231 Texas A&M
11 Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix S 6'1-3/8" 208 Alabama
12 Anthony Barr OLB 6'4-7/8" 255 UCLA
13 Calvin Pryor S 5'11-1/8" 207 Louisville
14 Aaron Donald DT 6'0-3/4" 285 Pittsburgh
15 Xavier Su'a-Filo G 6'4-1/8" 307 UCLA
16 Justin Gilbert CB 6'0-1/8" 202 Oklahoma State
17 Louis Nix DT 6'2-3/8" 326 Notre Dame
18 Darqueze Dennard CB 5'10-7/8" 199 Michigan State
19 Cyrus Kouandjio OT 6'6-3/4" 322 Alabama
20 Ryan Shazier OLB 6'1" 237 Ohio State
21 Blake Bortles QB 6'5" 232 UCF
22 Jace Amaro TE 6'5-3/8" 265 Texas Tech
23 Odell Beckham, Jr. WR 5'11-1/4" 198 LSU
24 Marqise Lee WR 5'11-3/4" 192 USC
25 Antonio Richardson OT 6'5-3/4" 336 Tennessee
26 Morgan Moses OT 6'6" 314 Virginia
27 Kelvin Benjamin WR 6'5" 240 Florida State
28 Timmy Jernigan DT 6'1-5/8" 298 Florida State
29 Brandin Cooks WR 5'9" 298 Oregon State
30 Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE 6'5" 262 Washington
31 Teddy Bridgewater QB 6'2-1/8" 214 Louisville
32 Ra'Shede Hageman DT 6'5-7/8" 310 Minnesota
33 Kyle Fuller CB 5'11-3/4" 190 Virginia Tech
34 Johnny Manziel QB 5'11-3/4" 207 Texas A&M
35 Jason Verrett CB 5'9-1/2" 189 TCU

Instructions:

Rank the top five available players, based on talent, character, value, and team needs. This is your chance to influence our rankings, so how much weight you put into each of those criteria is purely your choice. You can simply rank them based on best player available, or you can choose to drop a position because the Dolphins do not really have a need there.

It's completely up to you.

Players will receive five points for a vote placing them in the top available position, four for the second spot, etc. The players with the top five point totals will then be taken out of the poll and five more players will be inserted when we move to the next five rankings. Using that, we will then build a complete big board.

Please vote just once.

Things to remember:

This is not a mock draft. You don't have to consider what teams will do ahead of the Dolphins. Just rank the players. We all know there is very little chance that Jadeveon Clowney will be on the board past the first few picks. That does not mean he should not be on the big board. Vote as you see fit - again, this is a big board, not a mock draft.

Easiest way to do this. Assume the Dolphins have the first overall pick - who would you take? Now, assume they have the second overall pick, and your first choice is already off the board. Who would you take? Oh, now on to the third choice, and do the same thing.

We will use the rankings from SB Nation's Mocking the Draft to keep the 25 players updated in the poll. And, a huge tip of the hat to the guys over at Dawgs by Nature for setting up the poll format for us.

I will try to keep a new poll showing up every day, so make sure you get your votes in early.