Treylon Burks from the University of Arkansas is the most likely candidate for a drop down the draft board. Most outlets and experts have him ranked as the fourth or fifth-best wide receiver in the class, meaning that there is a good chance that he is available at #29.
Burks has the size that NFL teams covet in their wide outs. He stands 6 feet 3 inches tall and weighs 225 pounds, and is described as one of the strongest receivers in the class. But it is his versatility that would make him attractive to the Dolphins. He was used all over the field at Arkansas, even lining up in the backfield at times. The comparison to Deebo Samuel, albeit a bigger version, is undeniable, and should stick out like a sore thumb to one Mike McDaniel.
There are a few red flags to Burks’ game that would need to be addressed. One of the biggest knocks is his route running, which is something that could hopefully be taught by a guy like wide receiver coach Wes Welker.