The Miami Dolphins have officially signed fourth-round receiver Erik Ezukanma, according to the team’s Twitter page. With Ezukanma putting pen to paper, the Dolphins finally signed all of their picks for the 2022 class.
In 34 games in 4 years at Texas Tech, Ezukanma has 138 catches, 2,165 yards, and 15 touchdowns.
At the moment, it’s not clear how the 6’2 and 209 pound junior would fit in with Mike McDaniel’s offense, but his talent almost jumps out at you (literally). According to NFL.com, his draft profile notes exceptional ball skills, foot speed off slashes and knots, and skill at making contested catches. Now, I don’t mean to be that guy, but has Miami really found a DeVante Parker replacement?
Also, immediately upon his first professional contract, Ezukanma announced that he would give back to the community, and hosted the first annual youth soccer camp at Timbercreek High School in Orlando, Florida.
Take it back to where it all began!
Excited to announce that I will be hosting my first annual Youth Football Camp on the 10th of July. I want to give back to the children in the community that shaped me. Everyone is welcome!
The link will be in my bio or you can scan QR codes. LFG! pic.twitter.com/teL1O986OE
– Easy E (erikezukanma) June 10, 2022
How big of an impact can rookie Eric Izukanma make in his first NFL season? Is Miami a hidden gem on their hands? Let us know in the comments below!