This trade comes with the idea of revamping the wideout room with young talent, something similar to what the Cincinnati Bengals have done for Joe Burrow. While the price might be a bit hefty, giving Tagovailoa all the opportunities to succeed will come at a price, and Purdue’s David Bell is worth that price tag.
Arkansas Treylon Burks is the top wideout on my board, but Bell rounds out the top-five and is available here in the second. He has been spectacular for the Boilermakers this season and it wouldn’t be surprising if he falls into the first round come draft time.
In his first two seasons, Bell was shadowed by current Arizona Cardinal and 2021 second-round pick Rondale Moore. In 2022, Bell has become the premier playmaker for Purdue and has taken advantage of his opportunities.
Bell has career highs in yards with a few games left and should surpass his career-high in receptions this season. His 20 career touchdowns are also impressive for the 6-foot-2 wideout from Indianapolis.
The junior should declare this year and turn his major performances into a big NFL paycheck and high draft slot. If the Dolphins choose to move on from Parker and Fuller, adding a guy like Bell across from Waddle would make it easier for the two of them.