Travon Walker – DT – Georgia
Jordan Davis – DT – Georgia
Much of Georgia’s success this season can be attributed to their defense. Some have called it the “perfect” roster construction, while others have said that it is “almost unfair” how much talent they have.
And within that defense lies the heart and soul of the unit: the front line.
Georgia’s defensive line is downright terrifying. Three of the members are widely projected to be selected within the first two rounds of the 2022 NFL Draft, and they could end up being late-first round steals for the Dolphins if Miami is looking to bolster their defensive line. Jordan Davis is a freak of nature, standing six feet six inches tall and weighing in at 340 pounds. He creates hellish matchups for the offense, is a run stopper, and moves his body extremely well for such a big player. Walker is “smaller” at six foot five and 275, but is even more athletic and nimble on his feet.
But will the Dolphins be willing to use one of their first two picks to address a unit that was one of their most reliable and best performance units of 2021? It remains to be seen, but the options are obvious should they decide to go that route.