The Miami Dolphins entered the 2020 NFL Draft with 14 draft picks, and after a couple of draft-day trades, wound up making 11 selections.

Intentions were made loud and clear.

Miami was going to add bodies to its offensive and defensive lines after possessing a pair of the worst statistical units last season.

Six of the team’s 11 selections were either offensive/defensive line or edge rushers including Austin Jackson (OL), Robert Hunt (OL), Raekwon Davis (DL), Solomon Kindley (OL), Jason Strowbridge (DE) and Curtis Weaver (EDGE).

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The obvious splash pick was selecting QB Tua Tagovailoa with the fifth-overall selection.

And the Dolphins made sure to provide a recap to make things a little easier to understand.

And they did it ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ style.

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