Is it too early to tell who the best of the 2014 draft class is? Ja’Wuan James has had his 5th year option picked up for 2018 and Walt Aikens is still hanging around as a solid special teams player and back-up safety. 7th round pick Terrence Fede is also still on the roster.
With Jeff Ireland gone and after a demoralizing search for a general manager, Dennis Hickey was at the controls for the 2014 draft.
While picks like Billy Turner, Arthur Lynch, and Jordan Tripp turned out to be wasted picks, the 2nd round pick made by Hickey may turn out to be the best in several draft classes.
Jarvis Landry remains a slot receiver in the Dolphins offense but he is by far the most loved offensive player on the roster by the fans. His passion for the game is unquestionable and his route running is superb.
Landry along with his college teammate Odell Beckham, Jr. have more receptions in their first three years in the NFL than any other WR in that same period of time in history.
Who is the best?