Isaac Asiata – Utah
If the Dolphins want size and not necessarily speed then Asiata is probably a good fit. The 6’3″ 323 mauler has the size to play alongside Laremy Tunsil. He is physical and strong at the point of attack and uses his size well.
Despite his size he can pull although he isn’t very fast however when he makes contact it can be impactful. Asiata’s strength is his physicality and that will translate well to the NFL level. He needs to work on his ability to scan the field though.
Asiata is predicted to go somewhere between the late 5th and 6th round so the Dolphins could target him as a mid-round project or a late 5th selection with one of their three selections in the round.
Ian Wharton’s take:
Tough to break his blocks when he gets a hand into the chest of a defender. May be one of the strongest players in the class. Can disable the rusher with one good punch.
- Is predictably an immobile guard considering his size. Handles what’s directly in front of him or at the zone-step in his immediate range, little else.