Here are few undrafted free agents I think the Dolphins should take a look at and try out once the lockout is finally lifted. I dont have any linemen on this list becuase i dont know to much about them after the big names. Maybe some members here can add those names.
1. Pat Devlin - Delaware: The Dolphins are looking for an accurate quarterback with a good arm. In 2010, Devlin had a completion percentage of 68.0%. By comparison, Newton, Gabbert, Locker, Kaepernick and Mallett all had lower numbers. The only incoming rookie to be at 68% is Christian Ponder, yet Devlin has a stronger arm and a faster delivery. If you’d like to dive even further into comparisons,Peyton Manning has had only had one season where his completion percentage was over 68%. (No, I’m not saying Devlin will be next Manning, so relax.)
2. Jarrod Johnson - Taxas A&M: The 2011 version of Jarrett Brown. Jerrod Johnson has tons of upside, but is very raw and doesn't know how to play in a pro-style offense. As a junior, Johnson threw for 3,579 yards, 30 touchdowns and eight interceptions on a 7.2 YPA and 59.6 completion percentage. However, Jerrod Johnson was one of the worst quarterbacks at the Combine. He really struggled with his accuracy, and his 40 time (4.75) was a disappointment.
1. Noel Devine - WV - : Devine completed his freshman season at West Virginia University, finishing with 73 carries for 627 yards and 6 touchdowns. Devine ended the season with 1,316 all-purpose yards, the 24th most in a single-season in school history.His performance in the 2008 Fiesta Bowl included a 65 yard TD run, the longest run by a West Virginia player in the school'sNCAA bowl history
2. Greg Cooper: Wrapped up his collegiate career ranking third in program history in career all-purpose yardage (3,864), trailing only Santana Moss (4,394) and Ottis Anderson (4,265) .Ranks fifth in UM history in career rushing yards (2,387). Played in 46 games and started 21 (1 - freshman; 11 - sophomore, 8 - junior; 1 - senior) at the running back position .Led the `Canes in rushing in 2007 (682), 2008 (841) and 2009 (695).Scored 17 touchdowns in his career (13 - rushing, 3 - receiving, 1 - punt return) Averaged 5.1 yards per carry in his career
3. Damien Berry - UM : Tallied six 100-yard games as a Hurricane. Finished career with 1,515 total yards on 283 attempts and was one of just four UM players since 1975 to rush for 100 yards in four straight games. The other three players to accomplish the feat at Miami since 1975 are Willis McGahee, Edgerrin James and Clinton Portis. I absolutely love this guy, going to the games I could actually see how much of a stud he really is.
4. John Clay - Wisc :Clay entered the 2010 football season on the preseason watch lists for the Doak Walker Award, Walter Camp Award, and Maxwell Award. He was also selected as a Playboy All-American and has also been viewed as a viable candidate for the Heisman Memorial Trophy. An MCL injury sidelined Clay for the last three 2010 regular season games, damaging his chances at the Heisman. Clay was named one of three finalists for the 2010 Doak Walker Award, which is given annually to the nation's top running back. He finished out the season with 1,012 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns.
5. Darren Evans - VT: Evans is a tough running back who might lack the speed to make an impact at the next level. He excels between the tackles, as he is a north-south runner who lowers his shoulder and pumps his legs through defenders. He is also a tenacious blocker in pass protection who flashes a strong initial punch. However, he lacks the suddenness to consistently exploit seams or bounce the ball to the outside. He is a very raw pass catcher and is not a weapon in the flat. Evans is very hard-working and could be drafted late for his potential on special teams.
6. Brandon Saine - OSU: Saine lacks the instincts and durability to be an every down player, but shows the skills and right attitude to be a change of pace back at the next level. He is a downhill runner with enough speed to get the corner and break a long run when he finds daylight. He can be a weapon out of the backfield, as he is too athletic for linebackers and has reliable hands. However, he lacks the vision and patience to consistently find holes and is susceptible to injury. He can be an effective complimentary back in the NFL.
7. Derrick Locke-KY: Locke projects as a change-of-pace / third down back who should also bring value on special teams. Does not have the build or power to hold up as a full-time starter but has great quickness, agility, athleticism, awareness and hands. Finds the hole and doesn't leave yards on the field. Decisive and quick to get upfield after picking his spot. A valuable pass-catcher who plucks away from his body, can adjust to a bad throw, and pick up yards after the catch. Technically sound and feisty in pass protection but may struggle against the power rush. Locke carries a mid-round grade. Locke is probably the best scatback available as an UDFA
1. Weslye Sanders - USC (South Carolina): Saunders looks like an NFL tight end, but he may not get that opportunity after being dismissed from the Gamecocks in September. He did not play as a senior and there are serious concerns about his character. On the football field, Saunders has excellent size, good hands and is difficult to cover in both man and zone coverage. He has enough speed to stretch the field and shows the ability to break tackles after the catch. He is raw as a run blocker, but he has enough pass catching skills to be a starter and could still be a second day pick despite his off-the-field issues.
1. Mark Helzlich - BC: Herzlich has the physical tools, work ethic, character and toughness coveted by every NFL franchise. He displayed these traits not only in his triumph over cancer, but as a natural team leader on the field. Is a complete player against the run. Takes on and gets off blockers quickly and chases down plays all over the field. He can run with tight ends and backs, play in zone, and rush the quarterback. Some teams may continue to view his medical history as a red flag. Unbelievable kid with an unbelievable story.
1. Tim Barnes- Mizzou: he has decent size for a center at 6'4", 300 lbs, to go along with outstanding footwork, balance, and hands. He was a big part of the reason the Tiger offensive line was such a dominating force in 2010, as he served as the unit's anchor. As a guard, Barnes is still big enough, though he's just average in terms of bulk for the position. The real question for Barnes playing at a guard spot will be whether or not he's strong enough to consistently force open the inside lanes. Technique and agility are king at the center position, and that's where Barnes excels, using his skill to make up for being a bit undersized; guards usually rely more on their strength to hit opposing defensive lineman and drive them back and out of the running lanes
2. Jake Kirkpatrick- TCU: Kirkpatrick entered the starting lineup as a junior and had a great season, named second-team All-Mountain West, first-team All-American by Sports Illustrated and a finalist for the Rimington Trophy, which he won as a senior while also earning first-team all-conference and helping his team finish a perfect 13-0. The Horned Frogs' rushing offense increased their production after Kirkpatrick took over the starting center spot from Schlueter. He projects to be a late-round draft pick because, with the tools to be a starter at the next level, he is an unfinished project needing time to develop his abilities.DB
1. SS - DeAndre McDaniels - Clemson: In 2009, McDaniel was moved back to safety, where he recorded eight interceptions, with one returned for a touchdown. After a bowl victory over Kentucky, McDaniel decided to return to Clemson for the 2010 season. His eight interceptions tied a Clemson school record.In 2010, McDaniel finished with 4 interceptions and 75 total tackles, including 12 in a loss to South Florida in the Meineke Car Care Bowl. The Tigers finished with a disappointing 6-7 record and despite his strong collegiate career and physical talent.
4. CB - Deunta Wiliams - UNC: Recognized by some scouting services as one of the five best "skill" athletes in the nation coming out of high school, Williams signed with North Carolina as a wide receiver. He made the conversion to safety as a true freshman and started 38 consecutive games at free safety for entering his senior season with a reputation as one of the best big-play defensive backs in the country.
3. CB - Kendrick Burney - UNC: Kendric Burney's senior season began with so much promise, second team preseason All-America, Thorpe Award candidate, but as a whole was a huge disappointment. He played in just five games (24 tackles, two PBUs, one INT), production that was a far cry from the five INT season he enjoyed as a junior to earn All-ACC honors. With 44 career starts, scouts are very familiar with Burney.
4. SS - Will Hill - UF: As a strong safety and special teams standout for the Gators, Hill has recorded two impressive interceptions and a number of solo tackles. He was chosen to be on the 2008 SEC Football All-Freshman Team. Hill had 48 tackles and 2 interceptions as a freshman for the Gators. He recorded the first tackle of the 2009 BCS Championship Game..