After only adding four rookies through the 2022 Draft, the Dolphins signed a 14-man undrafted free agent class:
- Blaise Andries, OL (Minnesota)
- Owen Carney, DL (Illinois)
- Ty Clary, OL (Arkansas)
- Tanner Conner, TE (Idaho State)
- Kellen Diesch, OT (Arizona State)
- Elijah Hamilton, CB (Louisiana Tech)
- Tommy Heatherly, P (Florida International)
- Deandre Johnson, OLB (Miami)
- Kader Kohou, CB (Texas A&M-Commerce)
- Verone McKinley, S (Oregon)
- Braylon Sanders, WR (Ole Miss)
- Ben Stille, DL (Nebraska)
- ZaQuandre White, RB (South Carolina)
- Jordan Williams, DT (Virginia Tech)
Miami was able to add some potential gems for their offensive line, bringing in two four-year starters from the Big Ten and SEC in Andries and Clary. They also made sure to bring in Diesch, a two-year starter for the Sun Devils after transferring from Texas A&M, signing him with a guaranteed amount of $140,000, according the Doug Kyed of Pro Football Focus.
The Dolphins also think they’ve uncovered a diamond in the rough out of northeast Texas. They signed Kohou out of Texas A&M-Commerce with a guaranteed amount of $130,000, according to Kyed.
Miami will also keep some prospects close to home. Johnson transferred from Tennessee to spend his last year of college close to home with the Hurricanes. Heatherly isn’t a Florida native, but he spent the last three years of college in Miami at Florida International.