Isn't being the OTA "breakout star" kind of like winning the preseason championship?
Let's see what he does when the pads come on.
CB Jomal Wiltzhttps://bleacherreport.com/articles/283 ... as#slide19
After going undrafted out of Iowa State in 2017, Jomal Wiltz spent two years on the Patriots' practice squad but didn't play a regular-season snap.
The 5'10", 190-pound cornerback will have a chance at an active role with the Dolphins under a new coaching staff.
Wiltz didn't waste time showcasing his playmaking ability. South Florida Sun-Sentinel reporter Omar Kelly immediately spotted him because of a play he made inside the 20-yard line: "First play of red-zone drills is a Jomal Wiltz interception of Ryan Fitzpatrick."
Kelly called Wiltz's performance the best he's witnessed in a while after he broke up a potential touchdown pass to wideout DeVante Parker. Safety T.J. McDonald also took note of Wiltz's ball-tracking skills during the first week of OTAs, per the Miami Herald's Adam Beasley.
"He's got a smaller frame, but he's got a lot of bite. You see him. We've got some guys like that in the locker room. We haven't put the pads on yet, but you can tell by how he's out here, how he flies around, explosive. He can move around."
Wiltz would likely serve as secondary depth for Miami. His nose for the ball could help him crack the 53-man roster for the first time in his career.