I like his picks, and would be happy with Kouandijo at LT or Greg Robinson.
22) Miami Dolphins
Cyrus Kouandjio, OT Alabama
Miami finally has its quarterback in Ryan Tannehill, so it's now up to the Dolphins to find him a worthy blindside protector in next May's draft. They'll have plenty of options, too, including Kouandjio, Tennessee's Antonio Richardson, and perhaps even Auburn's Greg Robinson (a redshirt sophomore who might declare following the Tigers' bowl game next month). Bet on Miami going the Kouandjio route, as he possesses outstanding height and bulk, and also boasts the bullish strength, natural footwork and range necessary to dominate on the left side of the line in today's NFL. Kouandjio is still a bit raw in terms of technique, but he has arguably the strongest lower base in this year's tackle class, and his mean streak is on par with Michigan's Taylor Lewan. Ultimately, Kouandjio gets the nod here over the very talented Richardson due to one simple factor: upside. And no tackle in this year's class has more of it than Kouandjio.