Not sure if anything like this has been posted. Haven't been on as much as I would like lately. My picks would be Noel Devine and Pat Devlin. Noel Devine is a smallish guy, and certainly not an every down player, but he would be a burner on returns, is extremely elusive and can be a weapon for our offense. This guy is a smaller version of Barry Sanders. Without a doubt, he has the ability to make some huge plays. Give him 8 to 12 touches a game and I guarantee we'll see some results. He's just too talented to pass up. He's a Florida guy, so we should have at least a slight advantage over other teams when it come to bringing him home. He's also shown his character issues are likely a thing of the past. Pat Devlin: Everyone wanted us to take a QB. Well, this guy was very good at Delaware. His completion percentage was well above 65% in his senior year and he has pretty good arm strength. Although I think Henne will be our starter, Devlin would be worth bringing in as a developmental guy who has some great tools, but will take a bit to adjust to the NFL. That's two guys I seriously hope Miami is going to make a strong push for. One (Devlin) is a developmental guy who I was surprised wasn't drafted. And the other (Devine - who I am also surprised wasn't drafted) is a guy who can be very very explosive for us on STs and on some occasional offensive plays. Thoughts? Opinions? Suggestions?