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It is pretty bad when the best part of your football season is the NFL Draft. However that seems to be the case for many teams. I can’t help but think of Jets Fans who show up in droves every year to hoot and holler about their top pick. I’d make fun of the Jets, but in reality, Miami Fans have been in the same boat for quite awhile.  While the last 6-8 teams standing can look at retooling, Miami along with other middle of the pack or worse teams, have to look at filling serious holes.  That is where the excitement around the NFL Draft comes from. Anyone of those mediocre teams who get a star player along with a couple of solid contributors from the draft, could be a serious playoff contender next season. The stakes really are that high.

The draft also comes at about the midpoint of the off-season. It is an oasis of sorts between the Superbowl and the first preseason game in August.  So for those of us whose teams were eliminated way back in early December, it is a welcome watering hole for our NFL thirst.  It brings with it the hope of a successful new season and better things to come.

So who will the Dolphins pick?  I’m not sure anyone saw Ja'Wuan James coming last season. Most NFL analysts had him in the late first round or early 2nd. Miami took him at 19 and shocked most fans and analyts alike. I remember the reaction of the announcers as they paused and then gathered themselves to bring up positives about James. Many regarded him as a solid prospect that Miami could’ve traded down and gotten later in the first round.  So with that, guessing the pick in this year’s draft is the same way. By signing as many WRs as they did, Stills and Jennings, there’s no longer an urgency to grab a WR. So I don’t see them trading up despite rumors. Me personally, I like Gurley. He is deceptively fast and shifty for a big guy. He lowers his shoulders when he needs to.  For such a big back, he runs with his pads low. His loping stride reminds me of how deceptively fast Randy Moss was in his prime. Once past the pack, he simply strides out and leaves them in the dust.  Miami needs someone to dominate at that position to take the heat off of Tannehill. Miller is a good relief valve but not an every down back.

In my eyes, Perriman is a bit of a risk, but what do I know. If any of the other WR’s drop, it is almost a sure thing Miami will take a flier on them.  What is for sure, is they are in blue chip range and the pick should have some value if they choose to trade down. In any case, it will be fun, relaxing  3 days as well all sit back and enjoy the 2015 NFL draft.

Go Tannehill

GD2

Big DaveI usually need to do this draft database while drinking a few beers. It is that tedious of a job.

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Blake

Todd
Gurley

RB
Georgia
Junior
6-0.5
222 lbs
40 @ 4.52

If the top 3 wide receivers (Cooper|Kevin White|White) are gone, then this should get interesting. I flip-flopped between Todd Gurley and Breshnan Perriman as they are both the type of players the Dolphins need to take the next step. Perriman could step right into our dink and dunk offense and take a short pass to the house ... things we tried to do with Mike Wallace. That being said, one thing to consider is that Seattle would not be as good as they are without Marshawn Lynch. What Lynch and Gurley do is give their teams a red zone threat, and they can close out games in the 4th quarter by gutting out tough yards and preserving a lead. To me, this is a major weakness of our Dolphins and needs to be addressed. Losing games in the 4th quarter has got to be fixed. Also, let's not forget that he can return kickoffs and fill a need there as well. And he doesn't fumble.

While I am not a "trade down" kind of a person, if the top 3 receivers are gone then it would be idea for Miami to trade down a few slots and grab Perriman and recoup a 3rd round pick. At a time when a team's draft strategy is kept a secret, someone is leaking information on Gurley and everyone (including me) has bought into it. The Dolphins may be hoping that Gurley could be there at 14 and another team wanting to be the next Seattle Seahawks would offer their 1st and 3rd for our #14 pick. It is a possibility.

Phinfever Draft Guru:
Tony Simmons

Todd
Gurley

RB
Georgia
Junior
6-0.5
222 lbs
40 @ 4.52

If one of the Big 3 wide receivers drops, then the Dolphins would take him. Miami believes that there are 19 prospects with 1st round grades, and Gurley is one of those players. Considered the best back to come out in the draft since Adrian Peterson, I don't see Miami passing on Gurley. He gives Miami that BIG back they are looking for, one that has big play ability, can catch the ball out of the backfield and is a dangerous kickoff return man. He would combine with La3/Miller to give the Dolphins an very potent combo and give them that back that can help grind the clock late in a game or gain that short yardage of top of his homerun ability. There is a durability concern, as Gurley missed 3 games due to an ankle injury in 2013 and tore his ACL in late Novemeber 2014 against Auburn. He just visited Indianapolis for a follow up visit for prospects with injuries, and his knee has progressed to the point where he is given a very good chance of being ready for Training Camp. OT/OG La'el Collins, DT Danny Shelton & CB Marcus Peters could be considered here as well.

Phinfever Mock Champ:
Mark Grimm

Breshan Perriman
WR
UCF
Junior
6-2
212
40 @ 4.27

(Trade Back) Miami gets what they want and is able to trade out of slot 14, picking up another 2nd round pick and is still able to get Perriman at 24. Breshad gives us what we're missing right now. A big physical yardage monster who boasts a ridiculous 36 inch vertical and a sub 4.3 forty time for a man of his size. He's a big play waiting to happen. He can win deep and is also capable of taking a screen pass to the house. Has some issues with concentration drops but almost every analyst I've read doesn't seem to think it's a major concern and that it can be corrected.

Perriman is a legit stretch the field pass catcher and would replace that part of the game that was lost when the Dolphins traded Mike Wallace this off-season. Perriman’s best attributes however might be just what the Dolphins want, especially under Joe Philbin. He has a very high class stature off-the-field. Probably the most impressive thing to me is that he lost star quarterback Blake Bortles this past season and he still played lights out football with a lesser talent throwing him the ball.

Round 2: A.J. Cann-OG-South Carolina 6'3" 315lbs

       

Bleacher
Report

Breshan Perriman
WR
UCF
Junior
6-2
212
40 @ 4.27

No comment given.

Breaking Football

DeVante
Parker
WR
Louisville
Senior
6-3
211
40 @ 4.50
The loss of Brian Hartline hurts Ryan Tannehill, but adding Kenny Stills should alleviate that pain a bit. Tannehill had a coming out party in 2014 and if they want his success to continue, they’ll continue to add options. Jordan Cameron is a great addition, but he can’t be counted on to stay healthy. A healthy Jordan with Jarvis Landry, Kenny Stills and DeVante Parker could make for a deadly offense.

CBS
Sportsline
Dane Brugler

DeVante
Parker
WR
Louisville
Senior
6-3
211
40 @ 4.50
The Dolphins lost Brian Hartline and Mike Wallace and added Kenny Stills and Greg Jennings, but still lack a potential No. 1 target. Parker solves that problem.

CBS
Sportsline
Pat Kirwan

Brandon Scherff
OT
Iowa
Senior
6-6
329
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Miami gets a versatile lineman that improves the run game as much as the passing game. The Dolphins can get a running back like Jay Ajayi in the second or third round.

CBS
Sportsline
Pete Prisco

DeVante
Parker
WR
Louisville
Senior
6-3
211
40 @ 4.50
This receiving group needs help. Parker missed time because of injury last season, but has the ability to be a No. 1 receiver on a team with Kenny Stills and Jarvis Landry.

CBS
Sportsline
Rob
Rang

Todd
Gurley

RB
Georgia
Junior
6-0.5
222 lbs
40 @ 4.52

With his surgically-repaired knee reportedly earning positive reviews from NFL doctors during the combine re-check April 17, Gurley is likely to get a late bump up draft boards. By already investigating a trade into the top 10 for a receiver, Miami appears committed to making a big splash on draft day, similar to the aggressive move made in free agency with the signing of Ndamukong Suh.

CBS
Sportsline
Will Brinson

Kevin
White
WR
WVa
Senior
6-2.5
215
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(TRADE UP W/CHICAGO) The Dolphins need to get better at wideout after an offseason saw them finally understanding/giving up on Mike Wallace and trading for Kenny Stills. White is a game-changer worthy of a top-10 pick and moving up for him here is a bold, smart play.

Cincinatti .com
Paul Dehner, Jr

Danny Shelton
DT
Washington
Senior
6-2
339 lbs
40 @ 5.64
Shelton falls down the board, and the Dolphins happily place him between Ndamukong Suh and Cameron Wake to scare the daylights out of opposing quarterbacks.

Draft
Ace

Todd
Gurley

RB
Georgia
Junior
6-0.5
222 lbs
40 @ 4.52

There are a lot of options for the Dolphins, but no obvious blend of need and value. Of all their positions of need, Gurley probably represents the biggest gap between their option here and their second round options. If healthy, he’s an immediate game-changing weapon.

Draft
Insiders
Digest

Todd
Gurley

RB
Georgia
Junior
6-0.5
222 lbs
40 @ 4.52

(No comment given)

Draft
Daddy
Matt Bitonti

Marcus
Peters
CB
Washington
Senior
5-11
197 lbs
40 @ 4.53
(No comment given)

Draft
King

Randy Gregory
DE/OLB
Nebraska
Junior
6-6
235 lbs
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Yes, the Dolphins made a huge move in signing former Lions DT Ndamukong Suh, but they had to unload some key players to make room under the cap for him. The draft will provide them an opportunity to start plugging some of those holes, which is particularly a need at linebacker. If Gregory really falls this far after failing his Combine drug test (after reportedly failing multiple drug tests at Nebraska), he could be a tremendous value pick here for Miami.

Draft
Season
Lupagus

Breshan Perriman
WR
UCF
Junior
6-2
212
40 @ 4.27
The Dolphins are a hard team to peg and one that should really consider a trade down.  They brought in Greg Jennings and Kenny Still but a wide receiver still can’t be ruled out here.  Especially one with the size and speed of Perriman.

Draft
Season
Onebar

Todd
Gurley

RB
Georgia
Junior
6-0.5
222 lbs
40 @ 4.52

Miami haven’t even tried to hide their man-crush on Gurley. He has been a hot name and very well could go top 10, if he manages to slide to 14, the Fins very well could find their next franchise running back.

Draft
Season
ULTIMATE

Breshan Perriman
WR
UCF
Junior
6-2
212
40 @ 4.27
If this is how the Draft really shakes out the Dolphins should try hard for a trade down. If not, they can go with the speedy Perriman and his upside, putting a big smile on Tannehill’s kisser.
 
La'el
Collins
OT
LSU
Senior
6-4½
305 lbs
40 @ 5.12
Worst possible scenario for Miami? Not quite. Gurley is available, but this would likely cause some frowns in the "War Room". Collins is a consolation prize, a runner-up to WRs Cooper, White, and Parker, --or CB Waynes. If the board falls this way, I'd expect Tannenbaum and Co. to attempt a trade back. If that's not possible, then adding another early-round OL prospect may happen. It's not flashy, but a starting 5 of Albert/Turner (Thomas?)/Pouncey/Collins/James could be one of the best in the NFL.
Todd
Gurley

RB
Georgia
Junior
6-0.5
222 lbs
40 @ 4.52

The Dolphins need to run the ball. That offense is an off-shoot of Chip Kelly’s and is a running offense. So if Todd Gurley passed their physical, take Todd Gurley and don’t look back. He changes their whole team.

ESPN INSIDER
Mel
Kiper

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Breshan Perriman
WR
UCF
Junior
6-2
212
40 @ 4.27
Kiper advocates Central Florida receiver Breshad Perriman, on the presumption that Michigan State cornerback Trae Waynes, Louisville receiver DeVante Parker and Georgia running back Todd Gurley are off the board at 14. The Dolphins have the intermediate targets in Jarvis Landry and Kenny Stills. Now I have the sub-4.3 speed to keep safeties honest, and Perriman is a playmaker after short catches as well. This helps my franchise QB.

ESPN INSIDER
Todd
McShay

*

Breshan
Perriman
WR
C Florida
Junior
6-2
212 lbs
40 @ 4.24
The Dolphins have needs at linebacker and guard but can address both of those on Day 2 and Day 3. They also need a big-play outside receiver to pair with Kenny Stills and Jarvis Landry, and Perriman fits the bill. His 14 percent drop rate is a concern, particularly because when I studied his tape he didn't appear to be the most natural pass-catcher. But he also showed the ability to come down with really difficult catches, and he's a big-play threat with his combination of size (6-foot-2, 212 pounds) and speed (sub-4.3 40 time at his pro day).

FF Toolbox

DeVante
Parker
WR
Louisville
Senior
6-3
211
40 @ 4.50
Could also go with La'el Collins, OT, LSU

Football
Fan
Spot

Trae
Waynes
CB
MSU
Junior
6-0
186 lbs
40 @ 4.31
Cortland Finnegan was cut and eventually retired after struggling as the starter opposite Brent Grimes last season. The Dolphins have used picks on Ja3/Taylor (2nd round in 2013), Will Davis (3rd round in 2013), and Walt Aikens (4th round in 2014) in recent drafts, but none of them have played much so far in their respective careers. Taylor and Davis have played 345 and 200 snaps respectively in 2 seasons in the league combined, while Aikens played 64 snaps as a rookie. With Grimes going into his age 33 season, now seems like a good time to draft another cornerback to play opposite him and eventually take over for him as the #1 guy.

Great
Blue
North
Draft
Report

Todd
Gurley

RB
Georgia
Junior
6-0.5
222 lbs
40 @ 4.52

Round 1 - Todd Gurley (RB) Georgia
Round 2 - Shaq Thompson (OLB) Washington

LA Times
Sam Farmer

Todd
Gurley

RB
Georgia
Junior
6-0.5
222 lbs
40 @ 4.52

"The Dolphins were second in the league in yards per attempt last season, but couldn't run when defenses stacked the box. " O3/Kelly

Pro Football Draft Network

Trae
Waynes
CB
MSU
Junior
6-0
186 lbs
40 @ 4.31
Miami’s secondary faltered down the stretch last season. Waynes is an aggressive cornerback who further bolsters Miami’s defense.

Optimum
Scouting

Todd
Gurley

RB
Georgia
Junior
6-0.5
222 lbs
40 @ 4.52

They’ve been linked to Gurley in the past, but it’s become more likely that, if they can’t add a top receiver, adding a top running back is the next best option. Gurley and La3/Miller give this team one of the better running back duos in the AFC.

Ourlads

Brandon Scherff
OT
Iowa
Senior
6-6
329
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Blood is thicker than water. Former Iowa assistant coach, Joe Philbin, knows how well Scherff has been coached. For now, Scherff is a plug and play left guard.Punishing run blocker who generates tremendous, dominating power on the move. Tenacious and consistently aggressive. Stays upright with good knee bend as he shuffles to the edge in pass protection. Has the athleticism to mirror the pass rusher and keep himself squared up. Athletic, with quick feet. Can reach and seal off a defender in either direction. Swings his hips in to the hole and anchors his position.

National
Football
Post

Breshan
Perriman
WR
C Florida
Junior
6-2
212 lbs
40 @ 4.24
The Dolphins could go O-Line or wide receiver. Perriman is a Dez Bryant clone who has the speed to get deep and can play a physical game.

NFL.COM
Brian
Baldinger

Trae
Waynes
CB
MSU
Junior
6-0
186 lbs
40 @ 4.31
The Dolphins need a corner who can lock up and play press man coverage.

NFL.COM
Bucky
Brooks

DeVante
Parker
WR
Louisville
Senior
6-3
211
40 @ 4.50
After jettisoning Brian Hartline and Mike Wallace during the offseason, the Dolphins need to acquire a big-bodied No. 1 WR to help Ryan Tannehill thrive in the pocket.

NFL.COM
Charley
Casserly

Marcus
Peters
CB
Washington
Senior
5-11
197 lbs
40 @ 4.53
You need cornerbacks to beat the Patriots. Mike Tannenbaum likes to trade up. I would watch for that.

NFL.COM
Charles
Davis

Nelson Agholor
WR
USU
Junior
6-0
198 lbs
40 @ 4.42
His name has been heard more and more in recent weeks, and the Dolphins are seeking a playmaker on the perimeter. His ability to return punts is a nice bonus for a team seeking big plays.

NFL.COM
Daniel
Jeremiah

Trae
Waynes
CB
MSU
Junior
6-0
186 lbs
40 @ 4.31
Waynes would fit nicely with the other new additions in Miami.

NFL.COM
Lance
Zierlein

La'el
Collins
OT
LSU
Senior
6-4½
305 lbs
40 @ 5.12
Dolphins are looking for better guard play to help establish a more physical presence up front. Collins is as physical as any lineman in this draft.

NFL
Draft
101

DeVante
Parker
WR
Louisville
Senior
6-3
211
40 @ 4.50
The Dolphins lost Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline, and others from their receiving corp this off-season and need to badly fill those shoes. Parker is a mismatch for most corners as he does his best work while the ball is in the air, high-pointing the ball and snatching it from the defenders grasp. He's a developing route-runner and has some injury concerns (missed first 7 games of last season), but the natural talents there. If he can put it all together he could become the lead receiver for the Dolphins going forward.

NFL
Draft
Countdown

DeVante
Parker
WR
Louisville
Senior
6-3
211
40 @ 4.50
This choice could be a curveball since Dennis Hickey proved to be a bit of a wild card in his first year at the helm in Miami. However, if Louisville WR DeVante Parker is still available it might be an easy decision because he would be an ideal compliment to Jarvis Landry and Kenny Stills. Last year when just about every top underclassmen wide receiver bolted for the pros Parker was one of the few who actually opted to return for his senior season. Things got off to a rough start as Parker missed the first seven games with a foot injury but he came back with a vengeance and finished the year with a flourish. Parker is big and strong with excellent hands, terrific body control and ball skills as well as sneaky vertical speed. Even though the Dolphins used their first round pick last year on a blocker there are still some DeVante Parker | Louisville Cardinals issues on the interior of the offensive line and either Brandon Scherff of Iowa or La’el Collins of L.S.U. could be the solution that they have been searching for. Michigan St. CB Trae Waynes could prove tempting as well because youngsters Will Davis and Ja3/Taylor have been disappointments thus far. Linebacker might actually be the most pressing need in Miami but the value just isn’t there at this point. Georgia RB Todd Gurley could be a darkhorse since durability is a concern with La3/Miller.

NFL
Draft
Geek

Trae
Waynes
CB
MSU
Junior
6-0
186 lbs
40 @ 4.31
Right now it's Pro-Bowler Brent Grimes and a whole lot of uncertainty at cornerback for the Miami Dolphins. Brice McCain was brought in from Pittsburgh who should add some stability, but just having him along with thus far inconsistent third rounders Ja3/Taylor and Will Davis isn't going to be enough for them to pass on the draft's top ranked cornerback at 14. No cornerback in college football was left on an island more over the past two years than Trae Waynes; and the results were outstanding, only two touchdowns allowed. Six feet tall, 4.31 forty, Waynes is the real deal and a steal for the Dolphins at this point. - See more at: http://www.nfldraftgeek.com/2015nflmockdraft.html#sthash.glbmCrjh.dpuf

NFL.NET
Charlie
Casserly

Trae
Waynes
CB
MSU
Junior
6-0
186 lbs
40 @ 4.31
Via a phone call with the Miami Herald's Barry Jackson: “I would take Trae Waynes if he’s there because you’re in a division where you have to beat New England. You need corners. If he’s not there, take Parker because Ryan Tannehill needs a true No. 1 receiver. Gurley is the best player in the draft but I don’t know that they have the luxury to take Gurley” with their needs at receiver and cornerback..

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Football
Links
Jay
Goldberg

DeVante
Parker
WR
Louisville
Senior
6-3
211
40 @ 4.50
With Waynes off the board the Dolphins can go offensive line (gaurd), receiver, or take the next corner on their board. Now the Dolphins will have a major decision. Last year some thought they reached for James but he has the look of a long time plus starter at right tackle. So I think they will wait until later in the draft to draft a guard. with Parker being the best value between wide receiver and cornerback, I have them going wide receiver.
Was Waynes CB
Todd
Gurley

RB
Georgia
Junior
6-0.5
222 lbs
40 @ 4.52

At 4:13 in the video clip.

Sports
Illustrated
Chris Burke

Landon
Collins
S
Alabama
Junior
6-0
228 lbs
40 @ 4.53
Right now, the Dolphins are counting on Louis Delmas to be ready in time for the regular season, despite tearing his ACL in Week 14 last year. Even if he stays on that timetable, his injury history—and one-year contract—makes him a short-term investment. Collins would be a long-term answer.​

Sports
Illustrated
Don Banks

Breshan
Perriman
WR
C Florida
Junior
6-2
212 lbs
40 @ 4.24
The perception of “movement’’ in the pre-draft months is personified this year by Perriman, who didn’t rate consideration as a first-round prospect until he ran a pair of sub-4.3 40s at his pro day. Some still don’t see him as first-round worthy, but he’s going to go in the first round because of that speed, and the Dolphins make as much sense as anyone with Mike Wallace now in Minnesota.

Sports
Illustrated
Doug Farrar

Bud
Dupree
OLB/DE
Kentucky
Senior
6-4
269 lbs
40 @ 4.56
The Dolphins obviously made a major splash when they signed Ndamukong Suh, but things are a bit murkier at linebacker. Dannell Ellerbe was traded to New Orleans, and Philip Wheeler was released. Koa Misi is still on board, but what the Dolphins really need to improve the second wave of their defense is a player who can not only rush the passer, but also cover screens and curl/flat stuff. Dupree hit the national map when he ran a 4.56 40 with a 1.60 10-yard split at the scouting combine—not half-bad for a 6’4”, 269-pound individual—but it's his versatility that will make him stick and stay in the NFL. Dupree has the capability to blitz off the edge on one play, and cover a slot receiver on the very next.​

Sports
Illustrated
Peter King
(MMQB)

Todd
Gurley

RB
Georgia
Junior
6-0.5
222 lbs
40 @ 4.52

The more I hear about Gurley’s recovery from five-month-old ACL surgery, the more I think he could be ready for opening day. Or at the least, be pretty much back to normal by mid-October. The surgery doesn’t worry me a bit long-term. Gurley is 20 years old and the closest thing to a dominant in-line and outside-the-tackles running back to come out in the draft in several years. There are no guarantees about any player in any year, but Gurley is going to make a bunch of yards that aren’t there for normal backs. He’s the kind of back Miami hasn’t had in a long time—even though the Dolphins had a pretty good running game last year, 12th in the league.

The New NFL Draft

Todd
Gurley

RB
Georgia
Junior
6-0.5
222 lbs
40 @ 4.52

1. Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia.
2. Jalen Collins, CB, LSU

The
Sports
Bank

DeVante
Parker
WR
Louisville
Senior
6-3
211
40 @ 4.50
Dolphins still don’t have a legit #1 receiver, so they might be wise to use this pick to plug that hole.

The Sports Network
John
McMullen

Todd
Gurley

RB
Georgia
Junior
6-0.5
222 lbs
40 @ 4.52

The signing of Greg Jennings could signal a change in direction for the Dolphins, who remain very pedestrian in the backfield with La3/Miller and Damien Williams. Gurley is a transcendent prospect, maybe the best at the position since Adrian Peterson, and he could sneak into the top 10. The former Georgia star certainly won't slide past this spot after a medical recheck of the torn ACL he suffered in November of last year came back clean.

USA
Today

Trae
Waynes
CB
MSU
Junior
6-0
186 lbs
40 @ 4.31
The arrival of DT Ndamukong Suh already promised to make life more difficult for Tom Brady. May as well shore up the back end with Waynes, widely perceived as the draft's top corner.

Walters
Footbal
Matt McGuire

Todd
Gurley

RB
Georgia
Junior
6-0.5
222 lbs
40 @ 4.52

If you haven't been checking out the NFL Draft Rumors page, there has been speculation that the Dolphins will pick Todd Gurley at No. 14. A lot of what is being discussed now is smoke, but Miami's interest in Gurley is legitimate. La3/Miller is not an every-down back, and Gurley would really provide a boost for Ryan Tannehill out of the backfield.

Taking a running back in the top half of the first round may seem strange in today's NFL, but one team we've spoken to believes Gurley is the next Jim Brown. I think you pick the next Jim Brown with a top-16 choice.

*** OTHER 2015 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

1. DeVante Parker, WR - The Dolphins want Parker, but there's a good chance he won't make it to their pick.

2. Trae Waynes, CB - Miami would also love to land Waynes, but he's no longer available in this mock.
Read more at http://walterfootball.com/draft2015.php#Tdx0A9B6pQ1Plsqw.99

 

 

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