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Tannehill, a wide receiver for his first two seasons with the Aggies, has established himself as the “next-best” quarterback prospect behind Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III. His ascent, due in part to the increasing demand for a quarterback as free agency winds down, has put the spotlight on one of the most unique quarterback prospects in years.
NFL Network’s Mike Mayock recently broke down this offseason’s headliners and what else to look for at this week’s Combine on a conference call with reporters.
It appears that the Colts will select Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck with the first pick in this April’s draft, preventing the Dolphins from selecting the Heisman runner-up.
From the Fins:
- NFL Network Analyst Mike Mayock breaks down the quarterbacks in this years draft
- Andy Cohen of Dolphins.com says “there is a calming feeling when you talk to Mike Sherman“
- John Congemi looks back at the 2011 seasons of Davone Bess and Brian Hartline
From the Press:
The NFL Network analyst gives his commentary on Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, Ryan Tannehill, and other quarterbacks that should be selected early in April’s draft. Also, find out Mayock’s thoughts on the defensive ends and offensive tackles that figure to be available around the time that the Dolphins make their 1st round selection.
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Ask most general managers or NFL scouts and they’ll tell you that it usually takes about three years to be able to fully evaluate a draft. With that in mind, we take a look back to the 2008 NFL draft in which the Dolphins held the #1 overall selection.
Perhaps no player acquisition process in all of sports is as scrutinized as the first round of the NFL Draft. So-called draft experts like Mel Kiper Jr., Todd McShay and Mike Mayock spew their opinions on television, while every fan has their own opinions about which players their favorite teams should select.
During the pre-draft period, questions are posed about all prospects, from Dan Marino to Peyton Manning.