Back-to-back UNC players get drafted, and both would be great fits for the Miami Dolphins.
The former UNC linebacker Chazz Surratt has become a popular name in draft circles because of the way he flies around the field and makes plays. He has the same kind of juice as Phillips and would be a great fit in this Dolphins defense. Surratt is well-rounded, showing the ability to blitz, drop in coverage, and stop the run. Oddly enough, Surratt started his collegiate career as a quarterback for UNC before making the switch to linebacker two seasons ago. This switch was a great one, as Surratt went from being an average quarterback, at best, to a stud linebacker that should be taken before the 2nd round is over.
The talented linebacker ended his collegiate career with an impressive 207 total tackles, 22.5 tackles for a loss, and 12.5 sacks; while only playing linebacker for those two seasons for the Tar Heels. Surratt has not even hit his full potential as a linebacker, so coming to Miami would be the best thing for him. The Dolphins would be able to develop him into a potential star on defense and someone they can trust on every single down.