The Miami Dolphins have one of the best defenses in the NFL, and they only want to get better.
The Dolphins look primed to be in a spot to compete for the AFC East title. They are not far behind the Bills, and if they had a competent running game would be right there. Even with the early struggles from last year’s top-five pick Tua at quarterback. With them targeting offensive line, wide receiver, and running back early in the draft, they will look for defense a bit later.
However, they can not wait too long as other teams without offensive needs will be taking advantage of that.
Divine will fit well there, as Brian Flores their head coach came from New England where versatility was almost more important than anything. He comes from the next-man-up coaching guru, and Deablo could be a great next-man-up player. Due to their depth, even with a need for safety, he could get on the field in the best possible positions and time. They should not ask a ton of him early on in his career.
When they do finally ask him to play full time they do need help at free safety, linebacker, and EDGE.
He can play all three of those positions as needed. He will have to change up his weight for EDGE and linebacker a little, but he can do any of the three and could make for a really good inside linebacker once he learns the position. A team having three needs and with one pick can fill them when they need to on defense, is a massive win. After their plethora of picks early on this should be a perfect fit in a perfect system.
NFL Draft Projection- Miami Dolphins third-round pick, 81st overall.