Myles Gaskin has been productive when healthy but has played in only 17 games over the past two seasons, gaining 717 yards and scoring four touchdowns on the ground while averaging 4.0 ypc. He did manage 41 receptions in 2020, scoring another two touchdowns. The undersized (5'10/194) runner has had difficult remaining healthy and the Dolphins are expected to seek a true carry-the-load player via the draft or in free-agency, Aaron Jones and Leonard Fournette potentially drawing interest. In either case, it Gaskin is seen as a backup-level talent without the size or durability to remain in a featured role. As DLF's RB39, there may be an opportunity to move him for increased value ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft for those looking to hedge their bet on the 24-year-old.