Alabama DB Minkah Fitzpatrick Taken 11th Overall by the Miami Dolphins


Minkah Fitzpatrick was the first Alabama player taken in this year's NFL Draft

Gesicki joins an offense that averaged 17.6 points last season to rank fifth-worst in the National Football League, and he expects to help the Dolphins do better. The rookie was reunited with former Florida teammate Jarvis Williams, who joined Oliver as Miami's starting safeties for the next five seasons.

The early run on quarterbacks, with an unprecedented four selected in the first 10 picks of the opening round, pushed Fitzpatrick down to the Dolphins.

Fitzpatrick was the victor of the Bednarik and Thorpe awards which are given to the nation's top defensive player and defensive back, respectively. The versatile defender was announced as a safety but saw snaps there, at CB and in LB roles in college.

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McMillan suffered a season-ending knee injury in the first exhibition game past year but is expected to start in 2018.

Fitzpatrick picked Alabama as a five-star prospect out of New Jersey and made an impact immediately in Tuscaloosa. He's been a very good football player for three years.

Evans, who was in Arlington with Fitzpatrick, became the fifth Tide linebacker to be taken in the first round since 2010.

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The consensus is that only one of the Miami Hurricanes projected in the third or fourth round will be taken before the end of Friday night's selections. 125 and 215 overall, respectively.

"The 6'6" Gesicki caught 57 passes for 563 yards and 9 touchdowns in his senior season. The final two seasons of his collegiate career a stark contrast to his freshman and sophomore years when Gesicki registered 24 total receptions and faced more criticism than praise.

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