Jamil Douglas didn't need an ESPN special to announce his intentions to head to Miami, the Dolphins decided that for him when they took him with the 114th overall pick in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft.
Douglas was a team captain for the Sun Devils in 2015 and grew as a leader over his four years at ASU. Douglas played left guard most of his time at ASU then moved out to left tackle his senior year to make room for Christian Westerman at left guard.
He's projected as a guard at the next level. At 6-foot-4, 307 pounds, he has an acute ability to pull well on running plays and get downfield with his athleticism. He is the first Sun Devil taken by Miami since Derek Hagan in 2006. The only ASU player left on the board with a realistic chance is Marcus Hardison.