Joe Burrow- Burrow is most likely going to be a Bengal yes, but that doesn’t mean Miami should not take a look at him. Burrow is the top QB in the class and has shown he can do everything. Burrow led the nation with 55 touchdowns and a 77.6 completion percentage, and was second with 5,208 passing yards, leading LSU to the national title game.
Tua Tagovailoa- With all the rumors swirling right now it appears that Tua is likely to be a Dolphin in April. However, Tua has been plagued with injuries. Most recently, he had a gruesome hip injury. The skill is still there but the scouting and medical department will need to take a look at him.
Justin Herbert- The Oregon standout did not live up to preseason Heisman Trophy expectations, but his big arm and 6-6, 237-pound frame intrigues many at the NFL level. But accuracy issues, demeanor and overall consistency has been the biggest knocks on Herbert’s game as he enters the draft field. Still, Herbert could be a first-round pick for a QB-needy team in the draft like the Dolphins.
Jordan Love-The name Patrick Mahomes may be floated around, perhaps recklessly, when discussing Love’s potential, but his arm talent and playmaking ability warrant the comparison to an extent. Love may excel throwing the deep ball but has issues on shorter throws and when pressured by opposing defenses, affecting his consistency. After a standout sophomore season with 32 touchdowns, six interceptions and a 64.0 completion percentage, he followed up with 20 touchdowns, a nation-leading 17 interceptions and completed 61.9 percent of his passes this past season. Still, Love has the upside and potential that could be cultivated.Miami has reportedly met with him at the senior bowl.
Jacob Eason- Transferred from Georgia after he lost the starting job to Jake Fromm in 2017, and needed only one season at Washington before entering the draft.showing off a big arm and ideal quarterback mechanics, although he may be largely unpolished. Maybe another year in college would have benefited Eason’s development, but NFL teams will get a chance to evaluate him at the combine and decide whether he’s a Day 2 or Day 3 draft pick.