Miami Dolphins holds its rookie minicamp

The players of the Miami Dolphins headed their way for a three-day rookie mini camp to be held from May 1 -3, 2009.

It was reported that safety Chris Clemons, who played his college football at Clemson Tigers, starred during the practice game, with two interceptions. He also impressed Miami’s Head Coach Tony Sparano, the latter saying that Clemons indeed stood out and definitely did a good job during the camp.

Besides Clemons, Sparano was also impressed with rookie wide receivers Brian Hartline and Patrick Turner, and linebacker Cameron Wake. The head coach shared how these three had been very attentive and cooperative with the coaches, paying attention to all information fed to them within the training.

As the Dolphins’ mini camp continues, 5 Miami Dolphins veterans have joined and volunteered to take over the participants, and impart with them some facts these rookies ought to know. Some of those are tips about being professional, and how it is like to be a part of the Dolphins and what does it take to belong to the Dolphins family. The Dolphins’ who attended the mini camp were cornerback Will Allen, linebacker Reggie Torbor, wide receiver Davone Bess, linebacker Matt Roth, and wide receiver Greg Camarillo. Quarterback Pat White was also present which did an impressive play throughout the weekend. However, Receiver Todd Lowber wasn’t able to attend the last day practice because of an injury.

Overall, can you conclude that the Dolphins mini camp had been a success? May be we’ll all find out as the 2009 NFL season progresses.