According to an old saying, there's a thing line between love and hate. Nowhere is that more true than in discussion regarding NFL draft prospects.
While Georgia running back Todd Gurley was the top vote getter in terms of the prospect Dolphins fans want to drafted at No. 14 overall, he was fourth in yesterday's poll regarding the player Dolphins fans least want to see at No. 14. However, Gurley's only gained 100 votes in the least-wanted poll, as opposed to 371 in the most-wanted poll.
The leading vote getter in yesterday's least-wanted poll was Oregon defensive end Arik Armstead, who garnered 184 votes, or 19 percent of the total turnout. LSU offensive tackle La'el Collins came in second with a total of 114 votes (12 percent). Just ahead of Gurley was USC receiver Nelson Agholor with 105 votes (11 percent). Following Gurley were Michigan State cornerback Trae Waynes (82 votes, 8 percent), Washington cornerback Marcus Peters (67 votes, 7 percent) and Washington nose tackle Danny Shelton (55 votes, 6 percent).