The Miami Dolphins are loaded with rookie talent that should get better as the season moves forward.
It is not enough that the Miami Dolphins drafted 11 players last April. Even though only ten made it to the team, this has to be one of the most exciting draft classes in the last 20 years. We will look at this more in depth later today but for now consider that by seasons end, Miami could be starting several rookies.
From Tagovailoa to Solomon Kindley and Austin Jackson, Noah Igbinoghene, and Jason Strowbridge, the Dolphins have players in place to develop as future starters. These are not players that they hope will improve but instead expect them to improve. Each player fills not only a need on the roster but they fit a versatile role within the team’s scheme. In other words, instead of Miami drafting or signing a player because they are good, they invested in players that can play the roles they need.
As the 2020 season moves forward, these younger players will get more experience and even those who are not starting will get plenty of fieldwork throughout the year, it will make for an even better 2021 when fans will expect Miami to compete.
Think about this, by 2021 or even 2022, this draft class could see, Tagovailoa, Kindley, Jackson, Strowbridge, Raekwon Davis, Noah Igbinoghene, and Brandon Jones all starting on the roster. That would be impressive.