The Dolphins have the 16th pick in the first round. So instead of naming players who will go before Miami picks, it is easier to think about positions that will go before Miami picks.
Here is how I broke it down:
2 QBs, 2 RBs, 2 WRs, 2 O-line, 1 TE = 9 Offense players
2 DBs, 2 LBs, 2 D-line = 6 Defensive Players
Everyone knows that each draft is heavy with talent at different positions. So that may open up chances for Miami to grab high talent with the 16th pick.
Assuming the draft goes the way I listed above, Miami will not have a shot at any of the top 2 players at any position. For all the people on here that love Cutler, Young will probably have to declare for Miami to have a chance at getting Cutler in the first round. Also, I think this year's draft is loaded with quality D-linemen. That may open up a top 2 pick at another position for Miami.
If 4 D-linemen were to go before Miami instead of 2, it would probably open up something at LB or DB. I still do not think Huff will be available. Odds are that he will be the first DB chosen in the draft. If someone goes before him, Miami has a slightly better chance at getting him. If he somehow gets oevrlooked by two other DBs (which I doubt), Miami will be able to get him for sure. That is how it will work for every position.
Simply put: Miami will get the top 2 or 3 player at some position with their first pick. Forget about Miami getting the top player at any position unless they trade up.