The Miami Dolphins made three picks and a trade during the second night of the 2021 NFL Draft. They started the night with a selection of Oregon safety Jevon Holland with the 36th-overall pick. They then traded up from the 50th selection to the 42nd pick, giving the New York Giants a 2022 third-round pick to make the move. There, they selected Notre Dame tackle Liam Eichenberg.
In the third round, the Dolphins waited until the 81st-overall pick, where they added Boston College tight end Hunter Long. With the three selections, the Dolphins added a likely starter on the offensive line, a player who will compete for a starting position at safety, and a player who will serve as a depth tight end, but has the potential to be a solid pass catcher for the team as needed.
It was a solid day, but it likely missed out on some of the flashy picks fans wanted. What did you think of the day for Miami? Make sure you vote in the poll below, and feel free to discuss in the comments.
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Immediate fan grade: Miami Dolphins second- and third-rounds (Jevon Holland, Liam Eichenberg, Hunter Long)
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