38. Tua Tagovailoa
Tagovailoa entered the 2020 draft with questions about his durability. However, the Miami Dolphins were ready to risk it because they believed him to be a blue-chip prospect. The Dolphins, under Brian Flores, look an exciting project, and fans were excited to see the Hawaiian play. However, Flores managed Tagovailoa’s game time carefully and only introduced him in game six in place of Ryan Fitzpatrick.
From there, Tagovailoa became the starting quarterback. The problem is that he was remarkably inconsistent and this may affect his long-term prospects in Miami. Rookies can be inconsistent, but Flores dropped him twice in place of Fitzpatrick. Maybe it’s not the worst of declines, but he needs to show much more to fulfill his potential and enable his teammates to trust him.