Due to his sheer body size, Drake London from USC would be one of the optimal prospects to replace Parker should the Dolphins move on. The junior stands six feet and five inches tall, and weighs in at 210 pounds, making him one of the physically large pass catchers on the 2022 Big Board.
London was one of the most dominant wide receivers in the nation this season before an unfortunate injury in October. Through just eight games played, he had 88 catches for over 1,000 yards, while averaging 135 yards per game, which is still good enough for third highest.
He has widely been projected as a mid-to-late first round pick, but it is unknown whether London’s short and long term health will affect his draft stock. If it does, then Miami could take a look at him with their second round pick. They should be cautious, however. One of the biggest knocks on DeVante Parker is his inability to stay healthy. If the Dolphins want to move on from him, then replacing him with a guy with injury history would be quite the risk.
London won’t play again this season, so the next time we will see him on the football field, he will likely be in an NFL uniform.