It’s something every football player looks forward to from the moment they start playing. Everyone wants to hear his name called at the NFL Draft.
For Vincent Taylor, that dream came true today. With the 10th pick of the sixth round (194th overall), the Miami Dolphins got the Oklahoma State defensive tackle.
It's a blessing to be apart of @MiamiDolphins Organization ready to get to work!— Vincent Taylor (@BallOut_96) April 29, 2017
Taylor will join fellow Oklahoma State alumnus Yves Batoba in Miami.
Miami currently has three DTs on the roster - Ndamukong Suh, Jordan Phillips and Earl Mitchell. They also drafted Davon Godchaux out of LSU in the fifth round.
With less than a handful of DTs, look for Taylor to get in the rotation early on in his rookie season.
Congratulations to Vincent and best of luck on a successful career at the next level.