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Oct 18, 2013; Louisville, KY, USA; Louisville Cardinals wide receiver DeVante Parker (9) catches a touch down pass under the coverage of UCF Knights defensive back Clayton Geathers (26) and defensive back Sean Maag (31) during the second quarter of play at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jamie Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports

14. player. 59. The Dolphins made out like bandits this offseason, capitalizing on New Orleans’ salary purge by landing Kenny Stills AND finding their way out from under Mike Wallace’s gargantuan number. Still, it is imperative to continue to foster a positive situation for quarterback Ryan Tannehill as he continues his ascension among the ranks. Parker does not get the hype that White or Cooper does, but the Louisville wideout was almost always the best player on the field during 2014. He missed a good chunk of the season recovering from injury, but was impressive enough when he returned that teams should not feel reluctance in drafting him towards the top of the first round. Parker has legitimate size (6’3”) and skill to operate as a top receiver in the NFL should he continue to progress. Working with a quarterback with the talent of Tannehill and a creative offensive mind like Bill Lazor’s should go a long way towards making that happen.. Wide Receiver. Louisville. DeVante Parker

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