Report: Miami Dolphins plan to potentially select center in 2021 NFL Draft

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The Miami Dolphins reportedly are planning to add a center in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Miami lost last year’s starting center Ted Karras in free agency, but it did sign Matt Skura as a potential replacement.

The Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson explained who the Dolphins are looking to target in the upcoming draft.

“But the Dolphins have told people they plan to consider adding a center in the draft if the right one is available at the right spot,” Jackson wrote.

“Among the players we’re told the Dolphins like: Georgia center Trey Hill, who is Mel Kiper Jr.’s No. 7 center in this draft.”

The Dolphins would be wise to add another center even with Skura on the roster.

Last season, Skura was given just a 50.2 grade for his play by Pro Football Focus.

As Miami tries to improve its weapons around quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, having a solid offensive line could go a long way in helping Tagovailoa be successful in 2021.