Three fun prospects the Miami Dolphins can draft in 2022

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Nevada Wolf Pack wide receiver Romeo Doubs (7) makes a catch Mandatory Credit: Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports /

Some may think the Miami Dolphins have enough receiver depth. But is having too much talent ever really a bad thing?

Romeo Doubs is a wide receiver out of Nevada. Last year he caught 80 passes on 110 targets for 1114 yards. He still has

The 2022 NFL Draft is stacked in two positions offensive line and wide receivers. Doubs is a talented player who may fall on draft boards purely because of the abundance of other talented receivers ahead of him.

This is not a slight against Doubs who has gotten better each of his three years in college. Doubs measures 6’2 and 204 lbs. But was makes Doubs interesting in this offense is his straight-line speed.

For his first collegiate touch, Doubs ran a punt return 80-yards back for a touchdown. With two speedsters already on staff what harm can another player who can take the top off the defense do?

He is known to have a competitive demeanor and has very similar size comparisons to Deebo Samuel. An all-pro player who just had his best season with coach McDaniel at the helm.

With an NFL strength and conditioning staff and only at 22-years old Doubs can become a playmaker for the Miami Dolphins.