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Miami Dolphins’ NFL draft options: Receivers

Miami Dolphins columnist Omar Kelly continues our 10-part series looking at the top prospects in the upcoming NFL draft (April 29-May 1) with receivers, which happens to be the deepest position in the draft for the second consecutive season. That means teams don’t have to rush to select one, and someone taken on Day 3 could very well end up as the best receiver selected in this draft class.

Chase plays the game like he’s a 6-foot-4, 220-pound split end, but has the movement skills of a slot receiver. While he doesn’t have elite size (6-0, 200) for the position, he has a phenomenal catch radius, and an uncanny knack for getting open.