While Joe Burrow seems destined to finish off the Bengals, holders of the first global pick, The Dolphins have a golden opportunity to recruit one of the 2020 Class quarterbacks. Despite having the fifth Redskins pick, the Giants and Lions seem to have the position covered and that would leave Miami with a chance to keep one of the most attractive prospects in the position. The problem is, they don’t know who to choose.
This Thursday, in an interview with ESPN, the general manager Chris Grier explained that the Dolphins are interested in both Tua Tagovailoa and Justin Herbert., who compete to be the second quarterback recruited in the next draft.
“They are both interesting boys. I have had the opportunity to know them in depth during this process. They are very good people. They are both very talented. The two have won many games, and they are smart and winners, “said the executive.
Likewise, Grier ruled out that the injury Tagovailoa suffered in 2019 (hip fracture and dislocation) have impact andn the probable determination that the Dolphins will make next March 23. “I would say that we value talent; we talk about the boy, the person, the work ethic. Then we see the injuries; you take into account the position he plays in and things like that“elaborated the GM of the ‘Fins’.
To change the landscape of Draft
The Dolphins’ decision can modify multiple subsequent picks. In case they opted for Tagovailoa, the Chargers would take Herbert, as many experts have predicted.
However, if they decided on the Oregon product, L.TO. I’d have to consider recruiting Tua. Besides, Justin Herbert seems to interest multiple organizations, like the Patriots, who have been reported to be able to move up to grab the pin.