Dolphins wrap up draft class with Robert Hunt deal

The Dolphins got top pick Tua Tagvailoa under contract in May, and have now wrapped up their 11-player draft class.

According to Field Yates of ESPN, the Dolphins agreed to terms with second-rounder Robert Hunt on his four-year, $8.065 million deal.

The guard from Lousiana-Lafayette was the 39th overall pick.

Along with first-round tackle Austin Jackson, he adds an infusion of talent to a position group that desperately needed it, whether they’re protecting Tagovailoa in the long term, or Ryan Fitzpatrick in the near.