Top 10 Dolphins Draft Prospects

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Feb 20, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Nevada Wolfpack offensive lineman Joel Bitonio speaks during a press conference during the 2014 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

6:  OG/OT  Joel Bitonio, Nevada

No other position on the Dolphins roster will be scrutinized more next week than the right side of the offensive line.  The Dolphins lack starters at both guard and tackle and it’s labeled as the most needed position by most draft pundits.  Bitonio could be the Dolphins answer to either of those positions as a second round or late first round pick.  Versatile, Bitonio can play all five positions on the line and many claim he is NFL ready now.

Bitonio is a lineman who never stops moving.  He plays with a mean streak and loves to punish opposing defenders.  He tends to play with the same mauler style as Richie Incognito without the dirty play.  Most draft experts believe that he will make a better guard than tackle but he has the tools and coachable mindset to make the adjustment to either inside or outside right.  A LT in college, most believe he is not suited to playing LT in the pro’s.