The former Trojans star checked in at No. 28 on the list, but he might wind up being drafted higher than that as one of the fastest-rising players in the run-up to Chicago.
While it once looked like a possibility that the team could wind up selecting somebody like Agholor in the second or even third round, it now appears he could be in play for the Dolphins in the first round.
Wide receiver seems to be a position Miami is targeting early in the draft as a way to further boost Ryan Tannehill's group of targets after a productive offseason that saw them re-tool the unit. Agholor's ability to play both inside and outside receiver would no doubt fit into the team's plans, and he's well-versed in both pro-style and up-tempo concepts from his time at USC.
In addition to his top-tier route running and ability to catch the football, Agholor has seen his stock shoot up the past few weeks as teams have come to value what he brings in the return game, as well. Pairing him up with Jarvis Landry on offense and special teams certainly would be a productive combination for the Dolphins if that ultimately is a route they opt to go in the draft.