Dalton Kincaid – TE (Utah)
One of the players I think I missed out on with one of my 3rd round picks in my mock draft was Dalton Kincaid, a tight end out of Utah. He is one of the best blocking tight ends in this draft class, and also is a more than productive receiving threat as well.
He is a guy who is a reliable pass catcher and can throw a block and be effective in the run game as well. This tight-end class is full of big athletes, and very good pass-catchers. The Miami Dolphins have plenty of pass catchers and need a guy who can do it all, and Kincaid would’ve been a great fit.
Jack Campbell – LB (Iowa)
He is a great run-stuffer and a true quarterback of the defense when he is on the field. I would’ve had to use the 2nd round selection in this mock draft on him, and I didn’t think it was a good idea with the depth I saw at linebacker and the big need we had on the offensive line.
Campbell’s biggest limitation going forward is going to be his coverage skills. He is not quick enough to cover tight ends or running backs at the next level, however, he is a great run stuffer. I think with this current Miami Dolphins team, the next linebacker that comes in needs to be a better coverage linebacker, as they already stuff the run well enough.
Dawand Jones – RT (Ohio State)
He is 6’8 360 lbs, and because of that sheer size and the fact he plays right tackle is surely attractive in a mock draft. However, because of that size, he also struggles to get low around blockers with speed who get around him and duck under him.
He is good in the run game, is very smart, and picks up stunts very well. He will be a great right tackle, and already is a great prospect who continues to climb up draft boards. I am just not sure that Miami will have the ability to draft him early enough, and the need is not as great for the price they would need to pay for him.