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Thread: Rob Rang: Dolphins Spotlight

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    Quote Originally Posted by TedSlimmJr View Post
    That's the kid to keep an eye on for Miami in the early-mid rounds. I like him as a potential right tackle along with Brennan Williams and Luke Marquardt.
    I've been banging the drum on Fragel for a good while. I think he's a very underrated prospect, purely down to his recency to the position (and perhaps the bowl ban for Ohio St). But this kid is good, consistently good. I think he could play left at a pinch also.

    Brennan Williams intrigues me but I come away feeling he's a bit "lightweight" - a bit easily pushed around for a guy of his huge size. That always worries me.
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    The Dolphins have their eye on Fragel and Brennan Williams, whom I like quite a bit as a plug-in right tackle.
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    I keep coming back to pass rusher at #12. Those guys are going to come off the board quickly and Miami should still be able to find starting caliber talent at CB in rounds 2 and 3. Ansah is a guy I'd roll the dice with. He is said to have the work ethic and his talent is obvious. He may not be a player that helps much in year 1, though, so that is a consideration. Werner and Carradine are two others who maybe you can get with a slight trade down. I'm all for Armstead or Kyle Long in R2.
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    IMO there's no way we pick a RT at 12. LT sure but not a RT. My thinking is Eifert, Cooper, or Richardson if we stay at 12. But if we moved at all I would rather move down and take Carredine and Ertz with our first two picks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckparrothead View Post
    The Dolphins have their eye on Fragel and Brennan Williams, whom I like quite a bit as a plug-in right tackle.
    Williams can start right away IMO.
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    Question, why is everyone riding Richardson and forgetting Lotulelei?

    He has been cleared medically and is a beast. I understand interest in Richardson, but not the ignoring of Lotulelei?

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    I just wish I knew what they really thought about putting Martin at LT. It makes everything else easier for me.

    just trade up to 6 and if all 3 tackles gone, take ansah or milliner. I don't think you could lose there.

    you could then easily get talent at the other 3 positions and some good depth. just wondering about the tweet.
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    I want explosion on offense but I can certainly see if a stud DT falls that it would be by far the best pick. BPA all the way!
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