Miami Dolphins: 3 under-hyped 2020 NFL Draft picks

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Miami Dolphins, Curtis Weaver, 2020 NFL Draft

TALLAHASSEE, FL – AUGUST 31: Defensive End Curtis Weaver #99 of the Boise State Broncos during the game against the Florida State Seminoles at Doak Campbell Stadium on Bobby Bowden Field on August 31, 2019 in Tallahassee, Florida. Boise State defeated Florida State 36 to 31. (Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images)

Who are the Miami Dolphins top 3 most under-hyped 2020 rookies?

The Miami Dolphins2020 NFL Draft class is headlined by three first-round picks, including a true young superstar caliber prospect in quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.

It’s not out of the question that some of their 11 picks would slip through the cracks in terms of getting the hype and attention they deserve.

The Dolphins found pretty good value all throughout the draft, including with their top pick and Tagovailoa after almost everyone thought they would have to move up to secure the QB of their choosing.

The Dolphins’ 2020 offseason will be absolutely critical in determining how quickly this team returns to prominence or even relevance in the AFC East.

With Tom Brady now out of the division, the Dolphins have as good of a chance as any in the last 20 years to make a leap forward.

If they’re going to do that, it will be because not only did their top rookies step up, but mid- and late-round picks also found a way to buck the trend of history and make an impact.

Let’s take a look through the Dolphins’ 2020 NFL Draft class at the most under-hyped prospects in the group by comparison to some of their peers at the top of this class.

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