Redrafting the Miami Dolphins 2020 draft brings a lot of change

Tua Tagovailoa #1 of the Miami Dolphins (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
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While the Miami Dolphins probably should have drafted Jonathan Taylor with their first pick in round two, Robert Hunt has done well in Miami.

We will get to Taylor next but for now, I don’t think I would redraft anyone here other than Hunt. Hunt has been very good, has started his entire career, is versatile enough to play guard and tackle and continues to improve.

He has done everything the Dolphins have asked him to do and it will be interesting to see what he will do in 2022 with an offensive line coach who actually can coach. Miami has gone through four offensive line coaches in 4 years. Matt Applebaum will be the third OLine coach for Hunt and he has the most experience to help him further his development.

If the Dolphins opted to not go with Hunt, Taylor would have been the right choice but as you click through, you will see why Taylor isn’t an option here for the Dolphins. Miami probably could have drafted Antoine Winfield, Jr. who was taken six picks later but Miami’s need was an offensive line and Robert Hunt still makes a lot more sense.