Ohio State WR Prospect: Dolphins Should Draft Tua

Dolphins fan and former Buckeye Binjimen Victor explains why Miami should draft Tua Tagovailoa 

The DA Show
April 10, 2020 - 10:54 am

You might know Ohio State wide receiver prospect Binjimen Victor from his time with the Buckeyes, but the Florida native is actually a huge Miami Dolphins fan. As he prepares for the NFL Draft, he’s curious to see what Miami does with the fifth overall pick.

Many analysts believes the Dolphins will draft Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa as their franchise quarterback.

Should they?

“If that’s what they need to make their team better, I feel like that’s what they should do,” Victor said on The DA Show. “It could go either way. They could draft anybody, but it would be great because I know Tua. I met him at the Combine, and he’s a great guy. I think it would be a great fit.”

Tagovailoa has an extensive injury history and battled ankle, hip and wrist injuries throughout his time in Tuscaloosa. Still, his upside is immense.

“I feel like he’s fine to me,” Victor said. “He could go in and be probably a day-one starter. That’s how talented he is. They should draft him. There’s nothing that’s stopping them. If he’s fine, I feel like they should go pick him up.”

Victor was asked about the possibility of playing for the Dolphins – and catching passes from Tua.

“Anything could happen, but if that’s the case, that would be great,” he said. “I’ll be ready to work. We’ll just have to wait and see.”