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Unfortunately Harris likes to go fast off the field
If excessive speeding was the worst off-the-field issue in the NFL, it would be a much happier place.
Harris' draft stock plummeted when he was suspended indefinitely for driving 118 MPH on a suspended license, potentially setting him up to a big steal for a team willing to gamble on his talent.
Harris is a bit undersized at 5'11" and 165 pounds, and his penchant for the big play got him burned a few times in college. He regularly cashes in on those gambles, though, and the Dolphins have lacked playmakers in their secondary in recent years.
The former Duck is also a dynamic punt-returner, another area where the Dolphins have been found wanting. His draft stock is difficult to predict based on his off-field issues, but scooping him up this late would be a coup if he can get his head on straight.
Consolation Prize: Chase Ford, TE, Miami
The U has churned out great NFL tight ends like no other program over the past 15 years, sometimes quite unexpectedly (see: Graham, Jimmy). Ford could be the latest in that line, quietly impressing scouts after a lackluster college career.
At 6'6" and 253-pounds, he has great size for the position. He also has good hands which helps offset his lack of speed.
If the Dolphins pass up or lose out on the top tight ends in the draft, Ford is a good developmental pick to stick behind Anthony Fasano and Charles Clay.