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The Miami squad is chalked full of players that are just ready to be let loose. The question is: When will it happen?
Players like Jared Odrick, Koa Misi, Charles Clay, Roberto Wallace, Marlon Moore, Jimmy Wilson and Daniel Thomas all have what it takes to be starters in the NFL.
If they can step up there game in practice and earn a starting role come game-day, then there is absolutely no reason to believe why none of these players can't shine.
Jared Odrick showed flashes of brilliance last year and looks primed to prove why he was a first-round pick.
Koa Misi had a tough sophomore year, but it looks as if he will play much better in his new role of OLB where many believe he will thrive in coverage and in rushing the quarterback.
Charles Clay is ready for the spotlight. Just give him more playing time, and he will produce. I think he is the next best thing on this Dolphins team.
Both Roberto Wallace and Marlon Moore have shown flashes of greatness; however, injuries have plagued them. If they can work hard in camp and show the coaches what they can do, Miami's receiver core won't look quite as dull as people think.
Jimmy Wilson has played very well in his role on special teams. He is quick on his feet and can put a hit on any player in his path. This seventh-round pick was a gamble, but looking at the tape of him last season on special teams, it looks like it payed off. I think he can earn his way to a starting safety spot and fill in the void that Yeremiah Bell left.
Lastly, there is Daniel Thomas. A guy who started off last season very strong, then slowed down due to injuries and Reggie Bush's success. If Thomas can stay healthy, he can powerhouse his way to a great sophomore year.
Overall, Miami has a team full of players that are ready to break out. They just need the right coaching and the playing time to show what they can do.