Three fun prospects the Miami Dolphins can draft in 2022

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Mercer Bears offensive lineman Jason Poe runs during Georgia Pro Day Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports /

Miami Dolphins had the worse offensive line last year. They have wasted draft pick after draft pick on highly touted prospects. Let them use one more.

Jason Poe is an interior offensive lineman from Mercer. He is the most athletic offensive lineman in the NFL Draft for 2022.

Poe was not invited to the combine, but the numbers he posted at his pro day were astronomical. He was in at least the 88th percentile at his position for every athletic drill.

He did 34 reps on the bench press good to land him in the 93rd percentile. 20-yard shuttle, Poe did it in 4.50 seconds, 92nd. Ran the 40-yard dash in 4.90 seconds, 98th. He was an absolute freak.

Poe is such an exceptional athlete some buzz has him being converted into a fullback. Flashbacks of Robert Hunts’ touchdown starts to come to mind if the Fins draft him.

What makes his draft stock take a toll is his size. His 6’1 stature along with his short arm length make some teams see him as a possible liability.

The best position he may be suited for is center, a position the Miami Dolphins are still looking to add to have competition for Michael Dieter.

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