here's what they have in store for us !
#13 Miami Dolphins: Malcolm Jenkins, CB, Ohio State
Collecting reject corners from other teams may sound like fun, but it really sucks once the opposing offense starts throwing all over you. Go figure.
Miami's secondary is unquestionably one of the league's worst. Despite completely stopping Trent Edwards, the Dolphins still rank 26th against the pass, giving up 7.8 yards per attempt. Click here for the most accurate Run and Pass Defense Rankings.
#44 Miami Dolphins: Brandon LaFell, WR, LSU
The Dolphins have tried to fill the split end position with bums like Ernest Wilford and Derek Hagan, but ultimately they'll need to draft a larger wideout to complement Ted Ginn relatively early. At 6-3, 210, Brandon LaFell definitely fits that description.
#59 Miami Dolphins: Derek Pegues, FS, Mississippi State
Basically the best defensive back available for the Dolphins, who are really hurting in the secondary. It's really no surprise that they're 26th in pass defense; the corners suck, Yeremiah Bell is very mediocre and Jason Allen has lost his job to the pedestrian, free-agent-to-be Renaldo Hill. Major upgrades are needed everywhere.
#81 Miami Dolphins: Coye Francies, CB, San Jose State
Could the Dolphins really go cornerback twice in the first three rounds? Given how terrible their secondary is and their 26th ranking against the pass, I would say so.
I don't know a whole lot about those guys (especially the last two), and i think it's about right as far as position picks... i'd see a OLB over one of the cornerbacks though