The Miami Dolphins have been successful in finding good undrafted free agents with Davone Bess being the best example.
With new free agent signees unable to practice until the new CBA is signed, the undrafted free agents this year have received a lot more reps in practice than in a normal year.
DB Jimmy Wilson out of Montana has really impressed early on. He has made a couple of INTs and has shown good football instincts. The Dolphins secondary is a little crowded but Wilson may be able to sneak onto the 53 man roster with special teams, if not he could be a practice squad addition.
QB Pat Devlin out of Delaware has surprised with how strong his arm is. Devlin has always been known as an accurate QB but has shown arm strength in camp.
TE Brett Brackett out of Penn State has WR speed at the TE position. He has exploited the seams of the defense on numerous occasions. The Dolphins kept three TEs around last season and Brackett could be joining Anthony Fasano and Charles Clay to make up this year's TE group.