The Miami Dolphins selected defensive tackle Jordan Phillips with the 52nd pick in the 2015 NFL Draft.

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Phillips is a 6-5, 329-pounder described by one scout as a potential “Pro Bowl nose [tackle].” The former Oklahoma Sooner registered 37 tackles as a redshirt-sophomore last season and is regarded as one of the most physically gifted players in the entire draft.

The second-round pick came after Miami moved down via a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles. The Dolphins sent the Eagles picks No. 47 and No. 191 for No. 52, No. 145, and No. 156, giving the Dolphins four fifth-round picks at the moment.

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Some expect Miami to package some of their late picks to move back into the third round, after shelling out a third-rounder for receiver Kenny Stills in the offseason.

Phillips joins Louisville wideout DeVante Parker (14th overall) to round out the Dolphins’ top two picks.

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