Miami Dolphins (from Houston Texans)
This is yet another selection that would make Tua Tagovailoa a happy camper.
The Dolphins selected Florida tight end Kyle Pitts in the earlier portion of this mock draft, giving them a dynamic weapon who can line up in line or as a big slot.
Here, they get the electric speed and downfield playmaking ability of DeVonta Smith.
Smith had 1,256 yards receiving in 2019 with 14 touchdowns, showing off his speed and strong hands to every level of the field.
He might not be as dynamic as Henry Ruggs or Jaylen Waddle and he might not have the route running abilities of Jerry Jeudy, but Smith is a well-rounded prospect with the ability to take over games.
Just ask Ole Miss.
The idea of adding him to the mix with Tagovailoa at quarterback and Kyle Pitts at tight end would help the Dolphins establish a balanced offensive attack.
At 6-foot-1, 175 pounds, Smith has a slighter frame but he’s capable of muscling some catches and definitely doesn’t shy away from being physical at the catch point.