When the NFL draft is over, you’re going to have to wait to see who is on the Miami Dolphins.
That’s because they’ve just announced that they’ve signed five high school football players: two offensive linemen, one defensive end, and two running backs.
The five players signed on Wednesday will be part of a 2018 recruiting class that features six quarterbacks and five running backs, according to the team.
The six players also include three offensive tackles, one guard, one tight end, one linebacker, and one safety.
It’s a big recruiting haul for the Dolphins, who have had a tough time building their class since the team drafted quarterback Deshaun Watson in the first round in 2017.
Watson, the son of Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston, has made big strides during his time in Miami, as he’s won the Heisman, the Mike Locksley Award, the Walter Camp Trophy, and the Jim Thorpe Award.
The 6-foot-3, 250-pounder has also won the prestigious Walter Camp All-American team, and he’s one of the most athletic quarterbacks in the country.
He’ll join a very talented Miami backfield that already includes DeVante Parker and Lamar Miller.
The Dolphins will be hoping to add a true freshman, as they did with quarterback Tyler Murphy, who committed to Miami in January, but it’s unclear if he’ll be able to make it to the next step of the recruiting process.
That leaves the two high school players that the Dolphins signed as part of their recruiting class.
Quarterback Jake Fromm, who was ranked as the No. 17 overall player in the 2019 class, is also joining the Dolphins as a true junior.
He will join the team as a walk-on, but he’s not expected to play for the team this year.
He’s likely to be a backup, though, and there’s a good chance that he’ll spend time on special teams as well.
He was a part of Miami’s class that went as high as No. 19 overall, but they never got to him.
He transferred from Clemson, where he was ranked the No 1 quarterback and was a Heisman finalist, and will now play for Miami as a junior.
Safety Tyree Woodson, who had two interceptions in 2018, will be joining the team in 2019.
He is a five-star prospect and he’ll play for a team that has one of five top-50 players in the 2018 class.
Receiver Michael Jackson, who is also a walkon, is joining the Miami Hurricanes as a freshman, which is a good sign.
He signed with the Hurricanes in January of 2019.
Running back Darrin Walls will be coming to Miami after transferring from Texas.
Walls played at Louisiana-Monroe, where his senior season ranked as a top-100 player.
He has a lot of upside as a running back and will be a big asset for the Hurricanes as they continue to build their running game.
Linebacker Tyree Mitchell, who has been ranked as one of Miami-Dade County’s top-10 players in 2018 and a top 10 overall player, is going to be joining Miami as part the 2017 recruiting class, which was a top 20 class in 2018.
Mitchell will also be part the 2018 recruiting group that is led by safety Tommie Jones, who will be the Miami senior defensive end.
The Hurricanes will also have three defensive backs joining the 2018 team.
Linebackers Tyree Williams and Tae-Von Leach, both of whom were rated as the Nos.
1 and 2 offensive linemen in the nation, will join Miami’s recruiting class after they signed with Miami in 2019 and were rated a top five offensive lineman.
Miami also announced that guard Jordan Thompson, a 6-7, 315-pound tackle from Florida State, will also join the program in 2019 after he transferred from the University of Tennessee.
Thompson is expected to make his debut as a defensive end in Miami’s first game in 2019, which could be a significant development for the program as it looks to build its pass rush.
Offensive tackle Marcus Martin is also coming to the program, which will be his third college commitment after signing with the Dolphins in 2018 as a senior and junior.
Martin is a six-foot, 280-pound offensive lineman who is rated as one a top 50 player in 2018 by Rivals.
He played at Alabama and Texas Tech, and his senior year ranked as an all-conference performer at tackle.
Martin will join a group of linemen that includes a couple of highly-touted defensive linemen, including guard Austin Carr, who signed with Tennessee.
Carr will be in Miami for his senior and senior season, and if he doesn’t make the team, he’ll have to compete with Tye Smith for the starting center position.
That position is a major position of need for Miami.
The two players who are also coming into the program will