Former Ole Miss Rebels wide receiver Donte Montcrief will work out for the Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins at some point next week, according to NFL.com analyst Gil Brandt.
Last season for the Rebels, Montcrief played in all 13 games and compiled 59 catches for 938 yards and six touchdowns. It was his second season in a row with over 900 yards receiving under head coach Hugh Freeze.
The Dolphins could use a good possession threat like Montcrief on the offense for Ryan Tannehill as they continue to try and develop their scheme on South Beach.
Denver could be looking at some point in the draft to find an option to replace Eric Decker, who departed to the New York Jets in the free agency period, and Montcrief could be a good later-round selection to take care of that.