Dolphins Hope WR Will Bolster Passing Attack
On the first day of the 2015 NFL draft the Miami Dolphins selected wide receiver DeVante Parker. With the 14th pick in the first round the Dolphins didn't hesitate on using the selection on a much needed offensive skill player. Parker, 6'3", 208, was a senior for the University of Louisville. In his time there, he caught 33 touchdown catches and averaged 17.8 yards per reception. If Parker can contribute right away, he should provide much needed help to the red zone offense and help ease the loss of former wide receiver Mike Wallace. Parker is the fifth wide receiver drafted by the Dolphins in the first round, the last being Ted Ginn Jr in 2007. The draft resumes today with rounds 2 and 3 and will carry on until Saturday. Barring any trades the Dolphins will only have one pick on day 2, the #15 position in the second round.
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