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Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Laremy Tunsil was asked repeatedly about the last 24 hours and declined to answer any questions about the video posted to his Twitter account or the text message that appeared on his Instagram. When asked to address what could be construed as character concerns he said, "No character issues at all."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Laremy Tunsil declined to answer questions about the text message posted to his Twitter account that showed he received money from the Ole Miss coaching staff. He also declined to address who might have hacked his social media accounts. "I'm here to talk about the Miami Dolphins," he said.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins first round pick Laremy Tunsil has arrived for his press conference.

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Chris Fallica ESPN Staff Writer 

Was a chance Indiana T Jason Spriggs could have gone in 1st last night, but he did not, meaning since 1995, every Power 5 school except Indiana and Iowa State have had a 1st round pick. Thomas Lewis '94 was IU last 1st, George Amundson '73 ISU only 1st

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

One more note on the Laremy Tunsil saga: The Dolphins expect the first-round pick to be ready to go for rookie minicamp next week. "We're comfortable with his eligibility," team Vice President Mike Tannenbaum said.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA is celebrating Kenny Clark's first-round selection (Green Bay) with digital billboards like this one around Los Angeles.

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We could see a run on QBS, the Heisman Trophy Winner and arguably the best player in the draft all go tonight. Draft starts at 7:00 on ESPN

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami Vice President Mike Tannenbaum was pressed on the organization's pledge to bring in high character players after drafting Laremy Tunsil. "We remain committed to that. All the decision makers were in the room last night, and we feel good about Laremy as a player and a person. Obviously there have been some bumps in the road, but we're comfortable with that. Moving forward, we're excited he's here and think he has a bright future on the field as well as off."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami's Mike Tannenbaum was asked about social media's impact after what happened to Laremy Tunsil. "We were comfortable knowing there are things out there I'm sure he's going to learn from. Obviously mistakes were made. Our decision was based on the player, a big body of work ... We felt it was a tremendous opportunity for us."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami coach Adam Gase said of Laremy Tunsil, "I see a guy that's played at an extremely high level in a very good conference and is going to be able to transition to our league quickly. This is a guy we felt like was one of the better players in this draft class if not the best guy."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami Dolphins executive Vice President of football operations Mike Tannenbaum said Laremy Tunsil had an allergic reaction and is unable to attend his introductory press conference right now. Tannenbaum said the organization feels "comfortable" with Tunsil as a player and person.

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