If I am not interested in being a risk taker and I am conservative, then the following strategy would likely apply:
1. take Levi Brown
2. take a quarterback in the 2nd round
3. take a guard on the first day
4. draft at least 3 defensive players (a cb, lb, and defensive lineman).
5. stay put in every round and collect 10 players.
This would be the ultimate conservative approach. It is needs based and focused on safe.
Weigh this with Mueller and his past drafts, the currrent atmosphere in Miami, and the Cameron's offensive and Caper's defensive philosophies. Also, there is player visit information and some of the players I saw had visited fit right into the coaches philosophies (e.g., big interior defensive linemen, taller and bigger outside linebackers, speed in the defensive secondary, multitalented running backs). I do not remember names, but the big guy from Utah (name starts with a T), and the safety from Syracuse are a couple of them. Also, the running back from Arizona that is rising up the charts.
Real excited about the draft, and wouldn't mind a few surprises on draft day.