http://espn.go.com/blog/afceast/post...hins-set-at-wrThe first-round pick was obvious. Everyone knew the Miami Dolphins loved former Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill with the No. 8 overall pick, which went according to form.
But after that, I was curious when Miami was going to take a wide receiver in the draft. It didnít happen in the second round. It didnít happen in the third, fourth or fifth rounds.
Miami finally drafted a pair of receivers in the sixth and seventh rounds. The Dolphins selected B.J. Cunningham of Michigan State and Rishard Matthews of Nevada.
How Miami's current roster of receivers did in 2011.
Player Rec. Yds. Brian Hartline 35 549 Davone Bess 51 537 *Legedu Naanee 44 467 Clyde Gates 2 19 Roberto Wallace 0 0 B.J. Cunningham rookie no stats Rishard Matthews rookie no stats *Free-agent acquisition
"I think we drafted a couple good players that we think could ascend," Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland said. "But we werenít going to reach. Thatís not my philosophy."
Does Miami have enough to be effective at wide receiver next season? Here is a look at the players currently on the roster.