Instant Impact Player
Smith was second fiddle to Waddle before he was hurt. Now, Smith has had an incredible season raising his stock. The key for Waddle leading up to the 2020 season is what he would look like as the number one WR? He proved before the injury that he could handle the number one role in the Alabama offense. (Smith led the country with 98 receptions and 1,511 receiving yards while his 17 TD catches and 137.4 receiving yards per game were both second-best. His 8.9 receptions per game tied for second best. He posted four games with 11 or more receptions, including a career-best and SEC title-game record 15 against Florida, 13 at Mississippi and 11 each against Georgia and Mississippi State. He recorded seven games with over 100 yards receiving (all with at least 144 yards), including 231 yards on eight catches at LSU, 203 against the Bulldogs (which included a season-high four TDs) and 184 yards against the Gators. - Heisman Trophy)
Other Considerations If Available:
Alabama WR DeVonta Smith or LSU WR Ja'Marr Chase or Trade back or Trade For Deshaun Watson or Russell Wilson
The Bengals are holding their breath, but the talent of Penei Sewell is undeniable and in any other draft, Sewell would be a near-lock to go number one overall. The Dolphins, like the Jets, have options. They can trade back, they could make a run at Deshaun Watson, or they can stick with Tua, and build around him. Another intriguing option is WR Alabama WR DeVonta Smith or LSU WR Ja'Marr Chase. If the Dolphins pick Sewell or any of the top WR's, that would indicate that they are serious about moving forward with Tua.