The Miami Dolphins are beginning yet another rebuild, and some of their undrafted rookies could be part of the process.https://bleacherreport.com/articles/283 ... ul#slide19
Former Colorado State receiver Preston Williams should have a chance of earning a spot among the lackluster receiving corps. The Dolphins don't have many real playmakers at receiver, and Williams caught 96 passes for 1,345 yards and 14 touchdowns last season.
The Dolphins also need to bolster their depth and talent along the offensive line, which makes the addition of former Mississippi State guard Deion Calhoun quite attractive.
Defensively, former New Mexico State linebacker Terrill Hanks could provide a boost. He had 101 tackles last season and might be the kind of sideline-to-sideline defender Miami needs at the second level. Northwestern cornerback Montre Hartage could also provide a boost to the defense and special teams.