I don't know if this resulted from the right player going to the right situation or the wrong player going to the wrong situation. I don't know what it says about how these players compare directly or what would happen if they swapped spots like Morgan Spring and Poland Creek swapped stock.
But here's the facts as we head into another NFL Draft: Dion Jordan, the defensive end the Dolphins moved up to take No. 3 overall in the 2013 draft, played 16 games, started none, made 26 tackles and 2.0 sacks for a team that missed the playoffs; and former FIU defensive end Tourek Williams, converted to outside linebacker by the Chargers after being taken in the sixth round, played 13 regular season games, started six, made 10 tackles, 1.0 sack and 1 forced fumble for a team that played two playoff games (he played in both).
So the Chargers got as much out of a sixth round pick from FIU as the Dolphins did from a first round pick from Oregon.