Miami Dolphins: 7-round mock draft with new head coach Mike McDaniel
By Jeremy Klump
Round 4: James Cook, RB, Georgia
It will be even harder for me not to mock Georgia running back James Cook to Miami moving forward, mainly because now, with Mike McDaniel as the head coach, I want to see him in this offense even more.
Cook’s biggest knock is that he’s only around 190 pounds, so I am not saying he could play the Deebo Samuel role in Miami’s offense with McDaniel. However, I do believe he could play a huge role in their offense with McDaniel scheming the plays.
Cook plays the game like he’s 215, and it’s hard to decide if he’s a better receiver than running back or a better running back than a receiver.
Round 4: Tyrese Robinson, IOL, Oklahoma
Mike McDaniel will surely attack free agency for an offensive lineman or two, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see him draft some. Oklahoma’s Tyrese Robinson is a solid, versatile option for Miami.
Robinson can play guard and tackle but is better suited as a guard in the NFL. I think Austin Jackson’s spot should not be safe in 2022, so bringing someone like Robinson to push him is a great idea.