Luke Kuechly MLB Boston College 6-3 240
If the Dolphins are indeed taking the BPA, Kuechly is the a no-brainer(You can also put DeCastro in that sentence, but I think the fan base would have a meltdown if we took another OL.) . Drop him in the middle of Dansby and Burton and we have a very good LB corp.
Stephen Hill WR Georgia Tech 6-4 215
The big question is whether Hill can run the route tree? If history is any indication, the answer would be yes. Like Calvin Johnson and DeMaryius Thomas that came before him, Hill will put that question to rest once he sets foot on the NFL stage. Hill has everything needed to play the position.
Ronnell Lewis LB Oklahoma 6-2 244 or Bruce Irvin LB West Virginia 6-3 245
Both these guys are explosive and give all-out effort.
Tyrone Crawford DE Boise St. 6-4 276
He has not put it all together yet, but is not far away. He has major upside and has that blue collar rushing mentality.
Devin Wylie WR Fresno St. 5-9 185
Best slot guy in the draft hands down. He has speed and quickness. He was born to play the slot. Is a major threat on STs.
Matt McCants OT Alabama -Birmingham 6-7 295
He will start at RT, but has the physical ability to play LT just needs time to develop. Good insurance against injuries to Long.
BJ Coleman QB Tennessee-Chattanooga 6-4 220
Has the skill set, developmental guy
Winston Guy SS Kentucky 6-1 216
Should excel as ST player. Heat seeking missile. Should fight for playing time down the road.