Miami Dolphins 2022 mock draft round three through seven

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Noah Elliss
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Noah Elliss, Defensive tackle – Idaho

Height: 6’4″

Weight: 365 lbs

Last but not least is Defensive Tackle Noah Elliss, our system didn’t have “Idaho” to create the box for the scouting report so I have attached it here.

At 6’4″ 365lbs, Noah Ellis is an absolute physical force, not only to say it either because he showed off at the shrine bowl with plays like this. The Dolphins don’t need a defensive tackle right now but this is a position you always want to have the depth for.

Ryan Fowler from said this about Elliss:

"The son of former Pro Bowler and current Idaho defensive line coach Luther Elliss, it’s not hard to see why Noah Elliss turned down the prestige of Alabama, Oregon, and any of the other college powerhouses to compete under his father in the flatlands of Idaho. As the old adage goes, “if you can play, they will find you,” and for Elliss, the saying couldn’t ring more true."

Fowler also stated that Elliss could very well move his way up the board but on the mock draft I ran he was still available with pick #247. Fowler also stated that Elliss has:

"fresh legs in the interior and a talent that could progress into one of the steals of the entire class"

And that’s the draft! I ran the mock draft simulation using the system and was able to draft the same class 5 times out of 5 attempts. This is how I would go about handling the draft, handling the needs of LB, RT, and providing depth at RB and DT.

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