Schwartz gives the Miami Dolphins much needed speed at the wideout spot
Round 4 Pick 114
Auburn WR Anthony Schwartz
Speed and protection are the key of this mock draft. Schwartz is an elite speedster who, at 6-foot-1, has great size for his speed. Although he wasn’t highly productive in his college career, he had a career high of 636 receiving yards this season, he averaged over 13.3 yards per reception for his career.
The Dolphins lacked explosiveness this season on offense, but adding Waddle and Schwartz would change that almost immediately. Both of these wideouts are sub-4.40 guys and will give an instant boost to any offense. With the right offensive coordinator, Tagovailoa will have the chance to push the ball down field.
Schwartz is a guy who uses both his speed and size in order to get open, and has the ability to stretch the field. Having both Schwartz and Waddle on the field will cause the safeties to push deep allowing players like Devante Parker and Mike Gesicki to be able to attack the middle of the field against one-on-ones.
With the additions on the offensive line as well, Tagovailoa should excel in a near new look offense featuring rookie skill players like Schwartz, Waddle and Harris.
The Dolphins are in major need for speed, and Schwartz will be able to fill that role quite easily.