I was pulling for this kid to get drafted by us. I honestly did not think we would grab him. Yes, he is a steal in the 7th...
He is very raw having only played DB for 2 years, coming in as a running back.. The playmaking ability, as is with almost every player we took in the draft, is there and the kid can play.
The reason he will be a lock to make the 53 is because he plays 3 positions, Saftey, Corner and ST. Watch out for this guy in training camp.
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"The dolphins, which had been cavorting in the surf all along, showed up then. They circled him, keeping the shark at bay, and enabled Endris to get back on his board and catch a wave to the shore."
Dolphins even keep Sharks in check!
sounds like he was wanted, he will be a hard hitting corner for us and we think he can cover TEs.
When you hear the term "undrafted free agent," you probably don't think of teams rushing to add potential difference makers, but that's exactly what happens every year after the final pick of the draft has been made. This year was no different; the 2013 NFL Draft ended at 7:27 p.m. ET on Saturday, and shortly thereafter, teams began snapping up prospects who had been passed over by every squad in the league in the preceding hours and days.
The process actually started earlier on the draft's final day. James Martin, who represented Arkansas State safety Don Jones and Illinois State linebacker Nate Palmer, said he started fielding calls about those two as early as Round 5, with about 20 teams expressing interest in signing Jones if he went undrafted. Unfortunately for those teams, Jones and Palmer were both selected -- Palmer by the Green Bay Packers in Round 6 and Jones by the Miami Dolphins in Round 7.
In Coyle I trust. He's the right man to develop our db's.
After Nolan Carroll, I'm not as interested in measurables for a corner. Carroll was a project with great measurables and 4 years later he's still a pretty lousy CB with mediocre intuition. Seeing guys like that make you realize how special the good ones are.
Rishard Matthews was a 7th round pick too and looks like a player.