The Dolphins just made their sixth-round selection and it is offensive tackle Andrew Gardner of Georgia Tech, who obviously will compete to be a backup behind Jake Long and Vernon Carey.
"I think I'm really one of the best values in this draft at this position," Gardener said moments ago. "I think the Dolphins got a good player."
The good player may have been available with the 181st selection of the draft because he suffered a torn labrum in 2008. He had surgery to repair the injury in November, but he doesn't believe it will be a problem.
"They'll evaluate me in Miami and hopefully feel I'm good and ready to go," Gardener said. "That's how I feel."
Gardner was a four-year starter at Tech. He was a left tackle throughout his time there. He better be prepared to compete for a at right tackle. And he better be ready to sit and learn and provide depth -- at least initially.