2013 Miami Dolphins NFL Draft Review and Analysis

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October 6, 2012; Hattiesburg, MS, USA; Southern Miss Golden Eagles wide receiver Francisco Llanos (87) is tackled by Boise State Broncos cornerback Jamar Taylor (5) after a catch during their game at M.M. Roberts Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Chuck Cook – USA TODAY Sports

2. Second round, 54th overall: Jamar Taylor, CB, Boise State

Jamar Taylor was gaining a lot of steam leading up to the draft. Most people thought he would be a first round pick, and some even went so far as to say he was the “cleanest” prospect at his position (deepest in the draft) both off the field and in terms of injury history.

With the Dolphins having some issues at the CB position, I think Taylor will start right away. He is a strong, physical corner prospect who has top notch straight line speed, and can make plays on the ball. This is a guy I’ve been really high on for a while now, and I actually had the Falcons trading up to get him in my final first round mock draft.

This is an impressive athlete with really good size who can be a steal for the Dolphins as a second round pick.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/jerry.walton.716 Jerry Walton

    I agree that this was a really good draft for the dolphins,
    but I wonder what Sherman, philbin, and Ireland saw with Ryan Swope that they passed on him.

    • SayreBedinger

      Great point. I was thinking the further he fell, the more likely they were to take him. I must have missed something. Jeff Fuller as a UDFA but not Swope late?