Most draft experts anticipate Michigan left tackle Taylor Lewan to be taken in the first round.
Whether it comes earlier or not remains the lone question. But there's another Michigan tackle that's gained some interest around the league, and that's right tackle Michael Schofield.
According to the Miami Herald, the Dolphins are interested in both.
The Dolphins won't pick until the 19th overall spot, which makes it unlikely they'll be able to grab Lewan. There are still some left tackles that should be available then though, such as Alabama's Cyrus Kouandjio and Tennessee's Antonio Richardson.
Zack Martin is a player, the Herald writes, that has been linked to the Dolphins numerous times.
But Schofield is reportedly a mid-round consideration for Miami. Schofield played both guard and tackle during his time with the Wolverines. The Dolphins have a major connection to the Michigan program as owner Stephen Ross is a big-time donor to the university.
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