DAVIE, Fla. (AP) The Miami Dolphins have taken guard Jamil Douglas of Arizona State in the fourth round of the NFL draft. The 6-4, 305-pound Douglas started 27 games in college at left guard, and then was moved to left tackle and started there his entire senior season. The Dolphins project him as a left guard to compete with newly acquired veteran Jeff Linkenbach and holdover Dallas...
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May 02, 2015 | Discuss
With their lone fourth-round pick, the Miami Dolphins have finally addressed their need for offensive line help by drafting OG Jamil Douglas out of Arizona State. Here is the excerpt from our own draft guide, written by Jeff Hyde. (@Jeff__Hyde) On tape, Jamil Douglas appears to be very comfortable at the guard position. He is a technically sound player with good...
Rankings for 67 tackles, 74 guards and 21 centers. I've stamped 21 guards with draftable grades, a number much larger than usual. The primary reason is I project a number of college tackles and centers to the guard position at the next level, most notably La'el Collins/LSU, Ali Marpet/Hobart, Jamil Douglas/Arizona State, Bobby Hart/Florida State, Darrian Miller/Kentucky and Gregory...
These days Jamil Douglas is spending his Saturday's protecting Arizona State quarterbacks and paving the way for its tailbacks. It's very similar to how he spent his freshman year at Cypress High School ... on the basketball court. He was a rim protector for the freshman basketball team, blocking shots that often times led to fast break opportunities for his team. Douglas, large...
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