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    Walter Football 3 Round Mock

    Updated this week has up to date draft status

    http://walterfootball.com/draft2013.php

    Fins picks

    1.Jarvis Jones LB, Georgia
    The Dolphins entered the 2012 offseason with a pass-rusher being one of their greatest needs. They drafted Olivier Vernon in the third round, but there's no telling if he can be a worthy complement to Cameron Wake; he hasn't played much in the first three games. If he doesn't show anything this year, Miami won't hesitate to pull the trigger on one of the three stud pass-rushers in the 2013 NFL Draft.

    Jarvis Jones is a better fit for the 3-4, but he could be used similarly to Von Miller in Denver. He's just too good to pass up at this point.

    2a.Terrence Williams WR, Baylor
    The Dolphins may have found their quarterback in Ryan Tannehill, but he's going to struggle as long as guys like Brian Hartline, Davone Bess and Legedu Naanee are vying for the No. 1 receiver job.

    2b.Jonathan Cooper OG, North Carolina
    The Dolphins need to fix the right side of their offensive line so Ryan Tannehill has more time in the pocket to overthrow his receivers downfield. John Jerry should be upgraded

    3a. Johnny Adams CB, Michigan State
    The Dolphins have an extra second-day pick because they dealt Vontae Davis to the Colts, so they should probably use one of them on a replacement

    3b. Bacarri Rambo S, Georgia
    More help for the secondary, as the Dolphins could use someone to challenge Chris Clemons at safety.

    Don't like the Cooper pick, but otherwise, wouldn't be a terrible draft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChambersWI View Post
    Updated this week has up to date draft status

    http://walterfootball.com/draft2013.php

    Fins picks

    1.Jarvis Jones LB, Georgia
    The Dolphins entered the 2012 offseason with a pass-rusher being one of their greatest needs. They drafted Olivier Vernon in the third round, but there's no telling if he can be a worthy complement to Cameron Wake; he hasn't played much in the first three games. If he doesn't show anything this year, Miami won't hesitate to pull the trigger on one of the three stud pass-rushers in the 2013 NFL Draft.

    Jarvis Jones is a better fit for the 3-4, but he could be used similarly to Von Miller in Denver. He's just too good to pass up at this point.

    2a.Terrence Williams WR, Baylor
    The Dolphins may have found their quarterback in Ryan Tannehill, but he's going to struggle as long as guys like Brian Hartline, Davone Bess and Legedu Naanee are vying for the No. 1 receiver job.

    2b.Jonathan Cooper OG, North Carolina
    The Dolphins need to fix the right side of their offensive line so Ryan Tannehill has more time in the pocket to overthrow his receivers downfield. John Jerry should be upgraded

    3a. Johnny Adams CB, Michigan State
    The Dolphins have an extra second-day pick because they dealt Vontae Davis to the Colts, so they should probably use one of them on a replacement

    3b. Bacarri Rambo S, Georgia
    More help for the secondary, as the Dolphins could use someone to challenge Chris Clemons at safety.

    Don't like the Cooper pick, but otherwise, wouldn't be a terrible draft.
    As much as we need a WR, I don't see how we can pass on one of this year's DE's. No matter where we pick, we'll have a solid option. I also don't agree with the Cooper pick. Our OL is fine. Grab some OL late in the draft for depth and development, but using another high round pick is asinine.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonzo View Post
    As much as we need a WR, I don't see how we can pass on one of this year's DE's. No matter where we pick, we'll have a solid option. I also don't agree with the Cooper pick. Our OL is fine. Grab some OL late in the draft for depth and development, but using another high round pick is asinine.
    Jarvis Jones is really tempting as is Mingo. If we pick top 3 like Walter has us doing, we'll have a choice.

    I think we'll be a little lower than that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChambersWI View Post
    Updated this week has up to date draft status

    http://walterfootball.com/draft2013.php

    Fins picks

    1.Jarvis Jones LB, Georgia
    The Dolphins entered the 2012 offseason with a pass-rusher being one of their greatest needs. They drafted Olivier Vernon in the third round, but there's no telling if he can be a worthy complement to Cameron Wake; he hasn't played much in the first three games. If he doesn't show anything this year, Miami won't hesitate to pull the trigger on one of the three stud pass-rushers in the 2013 NFL Draft.

    Jarvis Jones is a better fit for the 3-4, but he could be used similarly to Von Miller in Denver. He's just too good to pass up at this point.

    2a.Terrence Williams WR, Baylor
    The Dolphins may have found their quarterback in Ryan Tannehill, but he's going to struggle as long as guys like Brian Hartline, Davone Bess and Legedu Naanee are vying for the No. 1 receiver job.

    2b.Jonathan Cooper OG, North Carolina
    The Dolphins need to fix the right side of their offensive line so Ryan Tannehill has more time in the pocket to overthrow his receivers downfield. John Jerry should be upgraded

    3a. Johnny Adams CB, Michigan State
    The Dolphins have an extra second-day pick because they dealt Vontae Davis to the Colts, so they should probably use one of them on a replacement

    3b. Bacarri Rambo S, Georgia
    More help for the secondary, as the Dolphins could use someone to challenge Chris Clemons at safety.

    Don't like the Cooper pick, but otherwise, wouldn't be a terrible draft.
    Is that a cheap shot or typo?
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    Here is my early take on things -

    Round One - If Jarvis Jones is there when the Phins pick, you run to the podium and get him. If he is gone than I would go after WR Keenan Allen of Cal. Allen has nice size, speed and hands and could start right away and be our #1 WR.

    Round Two - I think we need to look at upgrading our O-line, and getting a solid d-back so -
    2A - Tony Jefferson - S - Oklahoma
    2B - Johnathan Cooper - G - North Carolina

    Round Three -
    3A - Ryan Swope - WR - Texas A&M
    3B - Dion Jordan - DE - Oregon
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    So if Miami picks Jones, will he play DE full time or SOLB on 1st/2nd and DL in nickel situations ala Von Miller?
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    I don't understand the Jarvis Jones pick given the defense Miami is running.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roman529 View Post
    Here is my early take on things -

    Round One - If Jarvis Jones is there when the Phins pick, you run to the podium and get him. If he is gone than I would go after WR Keenan Allen of Cal. Allen has nice size, speed and hands and could start right away and be our #1 WR.

    Round Two - I think we need to look at upgrading our O-line, and getting a solid d-back so -
    2A - Tony Jefferson - S - Oklahoma
    2B - Johnathan Cooper - G - North Carolina

    Round Three -
    3A - Ryan Swope - WR - Texas A&M
    3B - Dion Jordan - DE - Oregon
    I agree with your take on Jones. If he's gone, as much as I love Allen, I think Werner could be the guy. We just need pass rushers so desperately and I think they will go more quickly than receivers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChambersWI View Post
    Jarvis Jones is really tempting as is Mingo. If we pick top 3 like Walter has us doing, we'll have a choice.

    I think we'll be a little lower than that.
    If we do end up picking top 3, whats your thoughts on drafting a QB?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roman529 View Post
    Here is my early take on things -

    Round One - If Jarvis Jones is there when the Phins pick, you run to the podium and get him. If he is gone than I would go after WR Keenan Allen of Cal. Allen has nice size, speed and hands and could start right away and be our #1 WR.

    Round Two - I think we need to look at upgrading our O-line, and getting a solid d-back so -
    2A - Tony Jefferson - S - Oklahoma
    2B - Johnathan Cooper - G - North Carolina

    Round Three -
    3A - Ryan Swope - WR - Texas A&M
    3B - Dion Jordan - DE - Oregon
    Tony Jefferson is a good player but we don't need another SS. We need a safety that can cover. We can certainly fix a lot of problems with these 5 picks. WR, CB, SLB, CB, & FS.
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