Gaskin is going near the 4th/5th turn after surprisingly leading the Dolphins’ backfield last season. He averaged more than 18 touches per game when active last season, including 4.1 receptions per game, which puts him on pace for 60+ catches over a full season. The Dolphins signed Malcolm Brown, giving him the 11th-most guaranteed money for this year’s free agent class, so I don’t think he moves Gaskin’s needle too much. Miami ignored the position until the seventh round, finally drafting Gerrid Doaks out of Cincinnati. The thing that jumped out to me about Gaskin’s 2020 season is how the Dolphins went right back to him even as he was coming off of a couple of injuries. After missing four games midseason, Gaskin returned to 23 touches in Week 13. After missing two more games, he returned to 19 touches in Week 16. The missed games are certainly a concern, but the certainty of his role is not, at least at this point.