Miami Dolphins add depth in last rounds of draft
Alabama wide receiver Slade Bolden offers interesting upside this late in the draft. The former Crimson Tide wideout may not have the most amazing stats, but he does run a complete route tree and has solid hands.
Bolden was thrown into a bigger role in the National Championship game against Georgia after Jameson Williams tore his ACL in the second quarter. He had 7 catches for 44 yards in the loss, leading the team in catches on the night.
Adding another slot wideout could benefit the Dolphins and allow Waddle to play outside and a more dynamic role.
The former five-star recruit out of high school didn’t fully live up to the billing during his days with the Tennesee Volunteers. He’ll have a chance in the NFL to prove his upside.
At 6-foot-6, 325 pounds, Cade Mays is a massive human being who was recruited as an offensive tackle but moved inside to guard. His versatility could be something to watch, but if a team can bring out his development he could be a steal this late in the draft.
Ja’Quan McMillian was a ball hawk in his three-year career at East Carolina. In those seasons he totaled 12 interceptions and one touchdown, he had five interceptions in 2021 alone.
The Miami Dolphins could be in need of a nickel corner with Nik Needham hitting free agency. The 5-foot-10 corner best slots in as a nickel corner and could see immediate playtime.