With all the picks the Dolphins made in last week’s draft, the biggest move was a trade. If you haven’t heard, there’s a new quarterback in town. Josh Rosen, last year’s first round pick by the Arizona Cardinals is now a Miami Dolphin and it cost the Fins a 2nd round pick.
Rosen had a lousy rookie year but he played behind the worst offensive line in football and his offensive coordinator got fired mid-season. So the question is, will he play better in a new system, with a change of scenery.
The Fins first round pick was Christian Wilkins, a defensive tackle from Clemson. Wilkins is not just a force in the middle of the line, he’s also a high character guy who says he can make the organization a better place.
And another strong pick was third round choice, Michael Dieter, the Wisconsin offensive lineman who was a second-team All American last season. He’s played tackle, guard and center and gives the Dolphins immediate depth on the O-Line.