Michael Deiter, OL
I don’t have much confidence in the other “starting” guard on the Dolphins line, which is Ereck Flowers. However, people say that he has shown flashes at guard even though I didn’t see it when I watched him.
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Either way, Miami made it a point to go out and sign Flowers, draft Robert Hunt at the top of the second round, and draft Soloman Kindley in the fourth round. At the very least that tells me that they aren’t 100% committed to Deiter for the long haul.
What is so enticing about Deiter is that he is a cheap offensive lineman that you can use as a utility player for every spot. At Offensive Line U (Wisconsin) Deiter played three different spots for the Badgers, and not just once or twice.
In total, Deiter racked up double-digit starts at center, guard and tackle, and at 6’5, 310 lb. he has the perfect frame to plug in anywhere and be able to hold his own.
Is he perfect? No, but if the Titans were willing to take a chance on Nate Davis in the top-100 with the flaws in technique that he had, then sending a Day 3 pick to the Dolphins for a player they drafted in the 3rd round seems to make sense to me.