Rondale Moore could give the Miami Dolphins their own Tyreek Hill.
Round 1 Pick 23
Purdue WR Rondale Moore
The Dolphins are in need of some impact playmakers at the wideout spot. Now that they are more than likely out of the draft’s top-3 wideouts in LSU’s Ja’Marr Chase, and the Alabama duo of Jaylen Waddle and Devonta Smith, the team should go with their next top wideout prospect.
In choosing between Minnesota’s Rashod Bateman and Moore, I went with Moore.
In my eyes, Moore is an impact player who makes that one game-changing play that can win team’s ball games. Moore reminds me of the Seattle Seahawks Tyler Lockett, he can impact the game as a reliable wideout option and is an even more impressive kick returner.
A speedster with a knack for getting open, Moore would be the perfect complement in the slot next to Devante Parker, Preston Williams, and Mike Gesicki. This pick would also allow the team to move on from Albert Wilson’s contract and will give them a second option at kick and punt returner behind Jakeem Grant.
Moore could be the Dolphins’ own version of Tyreek Hill, or he can even be the security blanket that Lockett is for Russell Wilson. Tagovailoa will need weapons if the team wants to go from fringe playoff team to yearly Super Bowl contenders.