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Pre-Draft Rookie Visits Featured

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From the time the NFL Combine closes until Draft day, NFL teams are accorded the right to host a potential draftee at their facility. The ground rules are simple:

  1. There is no limit to how many potential draftees a team may interview.
  2. The team, however, is only allowed to arrange transport for 30 prospects.
  3. Local players are allowed to be timed, tested, interviewed and administered written tests.
  4. Transported prospects cannot be timed nor physically tested, but can be interviewed and administered written tests.

Along with these visits, teams have scouts and coaches across the country to interview prospects and attend prodays. Read on below to see which prospects the Miami Dolphins have shown interest in.

Position Name School
QB Brendon Kay Cincinnati
QB Aaron Murray Georgia
QB Jimmy Garoppolo Eastern Illinois
QB Tanner Price Wake Forest
QB Stephen Morris Miami
QB Brock Jensen North Dakota State
RB Ka'Deem Carey Arizona
RB Tre Mason Auburn
RB Dri Archer Kent State
RB Terrance West Towson
RB James White Wisconsin
RB Jerick McKinnon Geogria Southern
RB Rajion Neal Tennessee
RB James Baker Idaho
WR DJ Coles Virginia Tech
WR Martavis Bryant Clemson
WR Robert Herron Wyoming
WR O'Dell Beckham Jr LSU
WR Donte Moncrief Ole Miss
WR Marqise Lee USC
WR Allen Hurns Miami
WR Eric Lora Mississippi
WR Quron Pratt Rutgers
WR Greg Moore Lane's College
TE C.J. Fiedorowicz Iowa
TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins Washington
TE Asante Cleveland Miami
TE Mike McLafferty Monmouth
TE Erik Swoope Miami
TE Junior Delpe FIU
OT Seantrel Henderson Miami
OT Laurent Duvernay-Tardif McGill (Canada)
OT Cornelius Lucas Kansas State
OT Garrett Scott Marshall
OT Billy Turner North Dakota State
OT Kevin Pamphile Purdue
OT Ulrick John Geogria State
OT JaWuan James Tennessee
OT Michael Schofield Michigan
OT Cyrus Kouandjio Alabama
OG/C Luke Bowanko Virginia
OG/C Brandon Thomas Clemson
OG/C Jon Halapio Florida
OG/C Spencer Long Nebraska
OG/C Kadeem Edwards Tennessee State
OG/C Joel Bitonio Nevada
OG/C Justin McCray UCF
OG/C Jordan McCray UCF
OG/C Jared Wheeler Miami
Position Name School
DT Justin Anderson Massachusetts
DT Caraun Reid Princeton
DT Will Sutton Arizona State
DT Sullivan Grosz Cal Poly
DT Ken Bishop Northen Illinois
DT Isame Faciane FIU
DE Terence Fede Marist
DE Marlon Walls Tennessee
DE Zach Moore Concordia - St Paul
DE Kerry Wynn Richmond
DE David Gilbert Miami
LB Carl Bradford Arizona State
LB Marquis Flowers Arizona
LB Rodeny Lamar Northern Michigan
LB C.J. Mosley Alabama
LB Max Bullough Michigan State
CB Walt Aikens Liberty
CB Phillip Gaines Rice
CB Keon Lyn Syracuse
CB Shaquille Richardson Arizona
CB Marcus Roberson Florida
CB Sammy Seamster Middle Tennessee State
CB Eric Gordon Tennessee
SAF Eric Pinkins San Diego State


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Oscar Hazell

Oscar Hazell was born in raised in London having been introduced to American football aged nine by a neighbour from Boston. This was during the terminal years of The London Monarchs of NFL Europe, where I got the chance to play both flag football and have never looked back since. Naturally my neighbour was a Patriots fan, I was very confident at the time (1997) that I would be on the winning side more often than not by supporting the Miami Dolphins. The rest is history, I’m sorry if I was at all to blame. The limited acess to the game in the UK made my fasination for it even stronger and elements such as the play design and the draft have fasinated me. I have been evaluating draft classes since 2011 and have a soft spot for flexion.


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