A Miami Dolphins mock draft featuring all SEC players
By Pablo Rosero
Dolphins double dip with two Alabama players in round two
The linebacker is a player that I think would fit perfectly in the Dolphins’ defensive scheme playing next to Jerome Baker.
Moses does a lot of things on the football field very well, mainly his nose for the football. In 2020 as the leader of the Alabama defense, Moses was responsible for 68 tackles, 1 forced fumble, 1.5 sacks, 1 interception, and 3 pass deflections.
The idea of landing Moses and giving him to Brian Flores would be ideal. Former Alabama linebacker Donta Hightower was a linebacker that exhibited a similar skill set that Moses has displayed coming from Alabama, and Flores was Hightower’s coach in New England.
With that in mind, if Moses could become a similar player to Hightower, then that would be a major boost to the Miami Dolphins defense.
The Dolphins take another Alabama player here and they fill a position of need with the team currently needing to decide on bringing back Ted Karras or not.
Dickerson had his season end in the SEC championship game against Florida after he tore his ACL, but should be back healthy for the 2021 NFL season. The former Florida State and Alabama center was with Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa during the 2019 season and has chemistry with him.
When looking at the SEC, taking players that have some chemistry with Tagovailoa at key positions could be important. Not only would Dickerson fill a need for the Phins, but he would also come in already being used to snapping to a left handed quarterback.