Dolphins selected Missouri TE Michael Egnew with the No. 78 overall pick in the 2012 draft.
An All American as a junior, Egnew fell off the map as a senior, making 40 fewer receptions (50). He tore up the Combine, however, posting the best numbers of all tight ends in five of seven drills. A converted receiver, Egnew is athletic for his size (6-5, 252), but lacks strength and is a poor blocker. The Dolphins clearly believe he can contribute from the get-go as a pass catcher, but Missouri's spread, pass-heavy offense has produced two high profile tight end busts in recent seasons in Chase Coffman and Martin Rucker. Egnew's unlikely to find himself on the fantasy radar as a rookie as the Dolphins revamp their offense.