Round 3 Pick 85:
Auburn WR Anthony Schwartz
Speed kills and Schwartz is an example of that. According to the Montgomery Advisor, Schwartz has clocked a 40-yard dash time of 4.27 seconds.
Even if that is not astonishing, he also set the World Youth record with a 10.15 seconds time at the 100 meters. Lightning fast doesn’t begin to explain his speed.
While the Dolphins already have guys like Parker, Williams, Jakeem Grant Sr., and should expect Albert Wilson and Allen Hurns back next year in addition to adding Chase in this class, adding Schwartz could give them a chance at having a Tyreek Hill caliber athlete at their disposal. What offensive coordinator would oppose that?
At 6’1” Schwartz is a bit taller than most speedy wideouts, but at only 179 lbs he is a tad bit on the lighter side. However, adding Schwartz could bolster an already impressive group of offensive talent and even make Albert Wilson expendable.
What is also impressive about Schwartz is that he is home grown, attending high school at American Heritage and playing under former Miami Dolphin Patrick Surtain Sr.
Round 4 Pick 117
Boston College OC Alec Lindstrom
Offensive line help is always important and when already adding a center in Humphery in the first round, depth could be important.
In this case this sort of depth is able to play every position of the interior offensive line. Lindstrom is a talented player and could provide valuable depth in case of an injury or used in certain jumbo formations.
While this pick might be a bit too early for a “depth pick” it’s solid to keep in mind that Ted Karras is on a one year deal, and the issues the Dallas Cowboys have faced with the lack of offensive line help on the season.