The Dolphins announced the signings of 19 undrafted rookies, including one name which should be familiar to local fans.
Arkansas linebacker Alonzo Highsmith, the son of former NFL running back and current Packers personnel man of the same name, was among the group.
The elder Highsmith was a star at the University of Miami before a seven-year NFL career.
The rest of the group included: Nevada guard Chris Barker, Findlay quarterback Clay Belton, Utah center Sam Brenner, Mississippi State wide receiver Chad Bumphis, Old Dominion defensive tackle Chris Burnette, Oregon linebacker Michael Clay, Mt. Union wide receiver Junior Collins, Maryland defensive tackle A.J. Francis, Arizona State safety Keelan Johnson, Michigan safety Jordan Kovacs, San Jose State fullback Ina Liaina, Arizona State running back Cameron Marshall, Georgetown linebcaker Rob McCabe, Fresno State defensive end Tristan Okpalaugo, Louisiana-Lafayette defensive end Emeka Onyenekwu, Northern Iowa wide receiver Terrell Sinkfield, Arkansas State wide receiver Taylor Stockemer and Northwestern offensive tackle Patrick Ward.