LSU offensive lineman La'el Collins is among the frontrunners for Miami's choice at No. 14 overall, according to the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel. Collins, who has extensive college experience as a left tackle but is projected more often as a guard at the pro level, could potentially pair with James as a young, dominant right side of a Dolphins line backed by an emerging star at running back in Lamar Miller.
The Dolphins have taken a close look at many top offensive linemen in the draft, either through an official visit or a private workout. Count Collins among them, as Miami will host the former All-SEC tackle next week, according to the report. Among others, the Sun-Sentinel notes the Dolphins have also worked out or hosted Iowa's Brandon Scherff, Miami's Ereck Flowers, Florida's D.J. Humphries and FSU's Cam Erving.