The Georgia Bulldogs starting left tackle made waves after his handling of Michigan’s Aidan Hutchinson in the Orange Bowl. For context, Hutchinson finished second in Heisman voting, is considered one of the elite pass rushers in the nation, and is a projected top-five draft pick in this years draft.
At 6-foot-4, 325 pounds, Slayer is a massive player that has played left tackle, right tackle, and right guard. He proved against Michigan that he has the ability to play left tackle at an extremely high level against high competition.
Next on tap for Slayer? Will Anderson Jr, Dallas Turner, and the ever so dynamic Alabama defense.
Slayer’s name has been making waves since his game against Michigan, and having played in the SEC, along with playing both tackle slots, he should be raising on draft boards. Likely, teams are taking a second look at Slayer.
The Dolphins need immediate help at offensive line and Slayer could be an answer. The question ends up becoming what Miami will do to improve their offensive line. It’s likely they’ll miss out on the top tackles in the draft and there is no guarantee that the top tackles that are expected to hit free agency will make it to that point.
Miami should keep an eye on how Slayer performs against a Bama defense that likely houses multiple future NFL players.