Leonte Carroo was comparison in Round 3 and Jakeem Grant was picked in Round 6. It also happened in 2014 (Jarvis Landry, Matt Hazel) and 2012 (B.J. Cunningham, Rishard Matthews).
It technically also happened in 2015 when a Dolphins comparison DeVante Parker in a initial turn and Tony Lippett in a fifth, though Lippett was drafted as a cornerback after saying singular movement during that second position during Michigan State University.
The Dolphins also doubled down on far-reaching receivers in 2009 (Patrick Turner, Brian Hartline) and 2006 (Derek Hagan, Devin Aromashodu).
The new run on far-reaching receivers has put a sum of players during that position drafted by a Dolphins during 60 (including Lippett).
Along with Parker, Dolphins first-round picks during far-reaching receiver were Ted Ginn Jr. in 2009, Yatil Green in 1997, O.J. McDuffie in 1993 and Randal Hill in 1991.
The Dolphins have had their best breeze success during far-reaching receiver in a second round, a latest instance being Landry. He was a third Dolphins far-reaching receiver drafted in a second turn to acquire a Pro Bowl invitation after Mark Duper (drafted in 1982) and Chris Chambers (2001).
Besides Landry, Duper and Chambers, Dolphins breeze picks who went on to acquire Pro Bowl invitations during far-reaching receiver embody Nat Moore (3rd turn collect in 1974), Mark Clayton (8th round, 1983) and Anthony Carter (12th turn collect in 1983 who done a Pro Bowl with a Minnesota Vikings).
The really initial breeze collect used by a Dolphins on a far-reaching receiver incited out to be a correct decision. In a 12th turn of a 1966 AFL draft, a Dolphins comparison Howard Twilley, who would go on to play 120 games for Miami and scored a team’s first-ever Super Bowl touchdown in a feat opposite Washington to top a 1972 ideal season.