8. Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama
I love the idea of pairing college teammates on the same NFL team, and the Miami Dolphins would probably be thrilled to see Jaylen Waddle and Tua Tagovailoa reunited at the NFL level in 2021.
Waddle is one of very few people who are fast enough to make the four- and five-star athletes in the Georgia secondary look like their running in wet concrete:
Waddle has been overshadowed these last two seasons by Jerry Jeudy and Henry Ruggs as well as DeVonta Smith, but not in 2020.
He’s going to be one of the biggest 2021 NFL Draft risers over the next few months, in my opinion, because of the way that he makes plays in space and the burst he has in the open field.
In addition to his 13 receiving touchdowns as the WR4 with Alabama in the last two seasons (insane…), Waddle also has two punt return touchdowns and a kickoff return touchdown.
Heck, the kid can probably throw it and kick it too. Just an outstanding talent with big-time athletic traits who will be a coveted prospect.