After their first-round selection of Missouri defensive end Charles Harris on Thursday night, the Dolphins continued to add depth on the defensive side on Friday. Adam Gase and company picked up Raekwon McMillan, a linebacker from Ohio State, in the second round and Clemson cornerback Cordrea Tankersley in the third.
On Saturday, the Fins were busy. Though they were without a fourth-rounder, they ended up with two picks in Round 5, landing Utah guard Isaac Asiata at No. 164 overall and LSU defensive tackle Davon Godchaux at No. 178. In the sixth, they added another DT in Oklahoma State beefcake Vincent Taylor. Then, after trading down in the seventh and adding a seventh-round pick next year, the Dolphins ended their 2017 draft campaign by selecting Virginia Tech wide receiver Isaiah Ford.
They added depth at positions they needed and may have found someone to compete for a starting role on the offensive line. You can’t ask for much more than that.
But we’d rather hear from you. How would YOU grade the Miami Dolphins’ picks from Round 1 to 7? Vote in the graphic below.
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