LSU WR Ja’Marr Chase
A man who would’ve been a first round pick last year as a sophomore in a loaded draft class and opted out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19, Chase is still the best wideout on the board.
Chase was Joe Burrow’s second optio behind current Minnesota Viking Justin Jefferson, but even he had a great sophomore campaign in that historically great offense at LSU. Chase has the ability to play every role as a wideout and can take advantage of any matchup.
In Chan Gailey’s “big man offense” Chase would slot in perfectly behind Devante Parker, but behind Williams. This would allow him to not only stay away from teams top corners, but also allow him to potentially lead the offense in what many expect to become a potent offense in Tagovailoa’s second season.
After seeing how great this year’s rookie wideout class has been, the Dolphins could benefit from adding the top wideout in yet another loaded wide receiver class.
Oklahoma OL Creed Humphrey
Humphrey was available late in this mock simulator and well worth the selection at this point. With Ted Karras on a one year deal it is valuable to select an heir apparent and someone who can man the offensive line.
According to The Draft Network’s Jordan Reid, Humphrey has great nature strength that allows him to excel.
"Having well developed lower body strength, he has the anchor in order to engulf and immediately stymy the path of defensive lineman. Humphrey’s frame and natural strength allow him to sustain, shuffle, and mirror movements of the opposition immediately after contact all while remaining engaged.Being a left handed center could also work well with Tagovailoa, a left handed quarterback, and lessen the amount of bad snaps. There were two such on Sunday, one of which led to turnover. – Jordan Reid, The Draft Network"
Humphrey would be a smart pick here for the Phins as they would address what could possibly be the biggest hole on their offensive line come next season.