Grading the Miami Dolphins 2022 draft class, all four of them

Channing Tindall (41) Mandatory Credit: Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports
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If you made it this far, maybe you’re willing to come a little further.

After calculating all the grades from the four draft picks that the Miami Dolphins made over the last two days the grade that I have decided to give is…

In my best Stone Cold Steve Austin voice; “Oh, you want a draft grade from the last two days. Well, that seems like a stupid thing to do considering the Miami Dolphins traded away their 1st and 2nd round picks. But I’ll do it anyway. Miami did great getting the fastest man on the planet in Tyreek Hill and still filled one of their holes with Channing Tindall. Erik Ezukanma will do damage while Cameron Goode and Skylar Thompson will compete for jobs.

You could say all of these guys will be looking to stomp mud holes in everyone who is above them on the depth chart and I think that would be a good thing. These guys clipping at the heels of the established guys is what’s best for any team.

So if you want a grade for the overall draft, which needs to encompass the trade for Tyreek Hill. I give the Miami Dolphins an A- and that’s the bottom line because Stone Cold said so.”

Wow, Stone Cold Steve Austin giving the Miami Dolphins a grade of an A- is what I was going to give the Dolphin’s draft. Again, you have to take in to count the trade for Tyreek Hill.

Enjoy your Sunday and the next few weeks. Things are going to get docile for a bit. The NFL schedule comes out on May 12th, but besides that, we’re low on the newsworthy events. I assure you I and the rest of the writers here will create a bunch of stuff for you to get annoyed with.

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