Miami Dolphins get a big threat WR after NFL Combine shakes up this mock draft

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Injuries during the NFL Combine can lead to drops in the draft as this mock draft shows with Amarius Mims.

25. Green Bay Packers, Graham Barton G/C Duke

Graham Barton
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With the future of David Bakhtiari in question the Packers look to solidify their offensive line.

26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Kool-Aid McKinstry CB Alabama

Kool-Aid McKinstry
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Tampa Bay had the leagues 19th ranked cover defense in 2023. Kool-Aid McKinstry will help the secondary improve in 2024.

27. Arizona Cardinals, "Chop" Robinson DE Penn State

Chop Robinson
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Arizona leaves the first round with 2 impact players for each side of the ball.

28. Buffalo Bills, Keon Coleman WR FSU

Keon Coleman, Jaydon Hill
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Bills Mafia can't believe Keon Coleman falls to them at 28. Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs have a new running mate on offense.

29. Detroit Lions, Ennis Rakestraw Jr CB Missouri

Ennis Rakestraw Jr.
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Looking to beat San Francisco's high powered offense next year in the playoffs, the Lions improve their 30th ranked secondary.

30. Baltimore Ravens, Troy Franklin WR Oregon

Troy Franklin
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In 2023 the Ravens selected Zay Flowers. Now in 2024 the Ravens select Troy Franklin to continue the youth movement in the wide receiver room.

31. San Francisco 49ers, Amarius Mims OT Georgia

Amarius Mims
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Amarius Mims fell in the draft board because of an injury in the combine. I still think his talent alone keeps him in the first round and sends him to San Francisco.

32. Kansas City Chiefs, Adonai Mitchell WR Texas

Adonai Mitchell
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Just when you think the Chiefs can't get any better, they draft Adonai Mitchell from Texas to boost their wide receiver room.

Up next is several Pro-Days for plenty of prospects. Interviews and results could shake up the first round once again.

How will the rest of the draft shape up? Only time will tell.