Miami Dolphins add wideout and offensive lineman depth in round 4
The Miami Dolphins will need to address the wide receiver position after absolutely missing with the Will Fuller pick-up from last season. The team could find Tua Tagovailoa a deep threat and weapon late in this draft and that guy should be North Dakota State’s Christian Watson.
At 6-foot-4, Watson brings an interesting and rare blend of speed, athleticism, and height. He was the top wideout for the Bison this season with 43 catches for 801 yards and 7 touchdowns averaging 18.4 yards per catch.
For his career, Watson averaged 20.4 yards per catch. The Dolphins lacked a downfield weapon that can push a defense and open the field up for the team.
Outside of Jaylen Waddle, the Dolphins did not have a consistent receiving threat. Waddle was able to produce, sometimes on his own, but he was mainly used as a slot threat.
Watson would give the Dolphins what they expected out of Fuller, except with less of an injury history and a longer contract.
Arkansas offensive tackle Myron Cunningham started 10 games for the Razorbacks at left tackle. He may not be the answer at the offensive line, but bringing in better depth could improve. The Dolphins are likely to move on from some of their offensive linemen, bringing in additional depth at the position, and possibly a chance at an impact player.