The Miami Dolphins very clearly need help alongside the offensive line and having Texas A&M interior offensive lineman Kenyon Green fall to them at pick 22 would be an A+ addition to the team and an immediate upgrade to wherever the team decides to put him.
During his time with the Aggies, Green was a two-time All-American in the interior line. At 6-foot-4, 325 pounds, Green is a massive player that is difficult to move who displays good athleticism for his size.
Green also offers interesting versatility having played both sides of the offensive line at a high level. He played at such a high level that he was a finalist for the Lombardi Award, which goes to the nation’s best college football offensive or defensive lineman.
Green would be an upgrade over current left guard Austin Jackson, a former first-round left tackle who has not panned out. The right guard is held down by Robert Hunt, who could even move to the right tackle spot if needed.
The Dolphins’ current offensive line is an absolute mess so it’s obvious changes need to be made. Adding Green would be a major boost, assuming they make other changes as well.