What if a player with a second-round grade drops to the Miami Dolphins at pick number 102?
The most likely scenario for draft night is that the Miami Dolphins stay put at pick number 102 and make their selection when scheduled. They will probably add a linebacker or offensive lineman with a mid-round grade, and we fans will spend months dissecting the talents of a player that most of us had never heard of before April.
But Miami could get lucky, and a player with a high grade may fall down to the end of the third round and into their laps at pick 102.
What kind of players are we talking about? All of the guys that we had hoped for with the 29th pick will most certainly be gone, but players that they were looking for with their 50th overall pick might experience a full round fall down the draft board.
One name would be Kinglsey Enagbare, a versatile DE from South Carolina who had serious hip surgery during his collegiate career, which is something that could cause teams to pass on him.
There are others with injury and character concerns who could be available in the mid-rounds. But whether or not the Dolphins are in a position to be able to take risks on players with question marks remains unseen, though we could find out at the end of April.