The Dolphins, thanks to the loosely applied definition of local prospects, have been busy in the buildup to the 2015 NFL Draft with 37 visits, including eight wide receivers and potential offensive line help. NFLDraftScout.com investigates the team's unofficial list of draft visits.
Who are the five biggest risers of the 2015 NFL Combine? What about the five fallers? Five players that will have scouts going back to the tape? The five most intriguing prospects? Here are 25 takeaways.
The 2015 Rose Bowl is an NFL scout's dream with two talent-laden teams led by future first round quarterbacks. The talent extends far beyond Mariota and Winston, however, as nearly two dozen Florida State and Oregon prospects are currently projected by NFLDraftScout.com as potential 2015 draft picks.
While most of the conference championships turned into blowouts, Georgia Tech gave Winston and the Seminoles quite a scare. Proving yet again that he has rare on-field poise, Winston guided Florida State to the win. He did, however, get some noteworthy help, including from fellow projected first round pick, cornerback P.J. Williams.
Winston and the Florida State Seminoles beat the rival Florida Gators 24-19 but the projected top five pick threw a career-high four interceptions in the narrow victory. What led to Winston's mistakes? NFLDraftScout.com breaks down the four turnovers.
NFL scouts were the ones given treats on this Halloween Eve as exciting prospects from Florida State (including Winston and cornerback P.J. Williams) and Louisville (Parker and several others) each demonstrated exciting next-level talent.
The defending NCAA champion Florida State Seminoles held on to knock off Clemson in overtime but Tigers' pass rusher Vic Beasley showed off the form in a classic showdown against left tackle Cameron Erving that may earn the Tigers' star a top 15 selection in the 2015 NFL Draft.