Last season, the Dolphins rookies totaled the lowest amount of playing time out of any class in the entire league.
In fact, the Dolphins draft class totaled just 866 snaps among nine players in 2013 and was the only team in the league that didn't get at least 1,000 snaps from its rookies.
In comparison, the New York Jets draft class totaled the most playing time with 3,810 snaps, and there was also over a dozen rookies that played more snaps by themselves than all of the Dolphins rookies did combined.
Of course, health is always the ultimate factor in deciding this as it was also the major factor limiting most of the Dolphins rookies last season.
However, I would still expect that the 2014 draft class will fare much better this season.
Just on the offensive line alone, James and Turner should each be right around 1,000 snaps by season's end.
Depending on how quickly Landry and Tripp catch on, they each could creep up to the 800 snap mark as well.
As mentioned in the last slide, you can expect Lynch to get plenty of work as a blocker and in the red zone, and there's also the possibility that Walt Aikens can get some snaps in the secondary as well.
With the depth the Dolphins have a receiver, it's tough to picture Matt Hazel making the 53-man roster, let alone getting on the field on game day.
Terrence Fede was drafted as a developmental player and depth, and it's highly unlikely that he sees any action in 2014.
Providing Joe Philbin doesn't get in his own way and instead lets the rookies prove themselves out on the field, this draft class should have plenty of success in 2014.