The Dolphins have two draft picks on Saturday’s last day of the 2023 NFL draft — No. 197 of the sixth spherical and No. 238 of the seventh spherical.
The Dolphins, who’ve 4 choices on this draft, didn’t have a first-round choice; their first two choices of the draft had been within the second and third rounds.
Here are a few of the greatest gamers nonetheless out there within the draft:
Dawand Jones, OT, Ohio State
It’s a shock Jones (6 foot 8, 374 kilos), a proper sort out, remains to be out there. The Dolphins would probably should commerce as much as purchase Jones, and whereas that’s unlikely, it’s attainable.
Dalton Wagner, OT, Arkansas
Wagner (6-8, 320) is a proper sort out with good dimension and size. He’d be a backup as a rookie and it’s not recognized if he can play left sort out.
John Ojukwu, OT, Boise State
Ojukwu (6-6, 309) has lengthy arms and good power. He may mission as a guard, which supplies him versatility.
Will Mallory, TE, University of Miami
Mallory (6-4, 239) can run routes, catch the ball and block. He matches what the Dolphins want.
Blake Whiteheart, TE, Wake Forest
Whiteheart (6-4, 247) has in-line and receiving expertise however he’s a greater blocker. He’d add depth to the Dolphins’ tight finish room.
Chandler Zavala, G-C, North Carolina State
Zavala (6-3, 322) is robust, however not athletic and may play left or proper guard.
Blake Freeland, OT, BYU
Freeland (6-8, 302) in all probability received’t final till the sixth spherical, that means the Dolphins would probably should commerce as much as get him. But he can play both aspect.
Antonio Johnson, S, Texas A&M
Johnson (6-2, 198) is among the many most versatile defensive backs round with the power to play slot and boundary cornerback in addition to security. He virtually actually received’t be round till the sixth spherical so the Dolphins must commerce as much as purchase him.
Elijah Higgins, WR, Stanford
Higgins (6-3, 235) is a giant goal who might virtually double as a good finish. He can go up and get the ball and runs good routes.
Kayshon Boutte, WR, LSU
Boutte (5-11, 195) is an effective route-runner who has good fingers and particular groups expertise.