NFL 2005 DRAFT: PICK NUMBER FORTY SIX 46 – MATT ROTH, MIAMI DOLPHINS



Matt Roth was the number forty six 46 pick of the 2005 NFL Draft.  Matt Roth went to the Miami Dolphins as a Defensive End. Round one 2 pick 14. Forty sixth pick.

Matt Roth went to University of Iowa.

This is what the University of Iowa said about him:

With an additional 10 pounds of muscle on his frame in 2004, Roth put together a banner senior season, earning All-America honors. He ranked fourth in the Big Ten Conference with eight sacks and registered 15 stops for losses (sixth in the Big Ten), eight pressures and 49 tackles (34 solo) while leading the conference with three forced fumbles.

This is a photograph of Matt Roth in action:

Iowa's Matt Roth flexes overtop ISU quarterback Austin Flynn after sacking him near the ISU goaline in the 3rd quarter.----insano-----Matthew Holst
Iowa’s Matt Roth flexes overtop ISU quarterback Austin Flynn after sacking him near the ISU goaline in the 3rd quarter.—-insano—–Matthew Holst

How tall is Matt Roth: 6 feet 3 inches

How much does Matt Roth weigh: 272 pounds

What is Matt Roth’s hometown: Villa Park, IL

What high school did Matt Roth go to: Willowbrook High School

What is Matt Roth’s birthdate: October 14, 1982 – 10/14/82


Comments: Matt Roth is fun to watch, but may be undersized for what Miami needs. But you cannot get better than Zach Thomas as a mentor.