A slightly smaller player than our other prospects, and from a much smaller school, Romeo Doubs could be one of the best value picks in the 2022 NFL Draft.
The senior from the University of Nevada stands six feet two inches tall and weighs in at 200 pounds, making him a bit smaller than a guy that you’d want to replace DeVante Parker. But his overall attributes and potential to be available in the second round are enough to make up for the size difference.
Doubs is fast and athletic, and his explosiveness is one of his best traits. He has a “natural twitch” when coming off of the ball, which is a good sign for route-running potential, which is already above-average. He has been catching footballs from Carson Strong, who figures to be a mid-to-late first round pick himself, meaning that Doubs is already used to catching NFL-style passes.
If the Miami Dolphins are able to get their hands on Doubs in the second round, they would be able to pair two speedsters together with him and Jaylen Waddle, giving the team the potential to have one of the most dynamic receiver duos in the AFC.