NFL Draft Preview: Why History Suggests Miami Dolphins Could Get a Steal at 21

The Miami Dolphins had a short NFL Draft history at pick No. 21. In the team's 58-year history, they've only picked in that position once, selecting defensive back Don McNeal in 1980.

McNeal was an important player for the Dolphins, starting 48 of 110 games and intercepting 18 passes. 

However, McNeal does not even make the top ten list of the most successful 21st overall picks in NFL Draft history,

demonstrating how hidden talents have been uncovered in that position.Career stats: 218 games (193 starts), 982 receptions for 15,292 yards, and 156 touchdowns.

Pro Football Hall of Famer, NFL 100th Anniversary All-Time Team, NFL 2000s All-Decade Team, four-time first-team All-Pro, 

and five-time NFL touchdown leader.Career statistics include 116 games (96 starts), 336 catches for 5,462 yards, and 51 touchdowns.

Pro Football Hall of Famer, four-time Super Bowl champion, Super Bowl 10 MVP, 1981 NFL Man of the Year, 

and NFL 1970s All-Decade Team.Career statistics include 189 games (179 starts), 560 tackles (39 for loss), 12 fumble recoveries, five forced fumbles, 16 sacks, and three interceptions.

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