With National Signing Day on Wednesday, here is a look at how Rivals ranked some current Miami Dolphins players when they were coming out of high school:

Ryan Tannehill: Tannehill was a three-star prospect in 2007. He was their 23rd-ranked quarterback, when he committed to Texas A&M.

Brian Hartline: The three-star receiver, ranked 36th at his position in the 2005 class, went to Ohio State.

Charles Clay: Clay was an unranked three-star running back before heading to Tulsa.


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Lamar Miller: A touted four-star prospect, the Miami commitment was their ninth-ranked running back in 2009. 

Jared Odrick: Odrick was a four-star prospect and 3rd-ranked defensive tackle in 2006 who stayed close to home by going to Penn State.

Brent Grimes: Grimes, who was a running back in high school before attending Shippensburg University, isn’t even in their database. 

Reshad Jones: He was a five-star recruit and their top defensive back prospect in 2006. He committed to Georgia.

Dallas Thomas: Thomas was a three-star prospect and the 54th-ranked offensive lineman in 2008. He signed with Tennessee.

Olivier Vernon: Vernon, a four-star prospect, was Rivals' 11th-ranked defensive end in 2009. He went to Miami.

Philip Wheeler: A three-star prospect, the Georgia Tech commitment was their 67th-ranked linebacker in 2003.

Jamar Taylor: Taylor was a three-star athlete and their 59th-ranked defensive back in the 2008 class before going to Boise State.

Dion Sims: Sims, a four-star prospect, was Rivals' 5th-ranked tight end in 2009. He went to Michigan State.

John Jerry: The three-star offensive lineman, ranked 27th at his position in the 2005 class, went to Mississippi.

Jonathan Martin: Martin was a three-star recruit and their 44th-ranked offensive lineman in 2008 before going to Stanford.