The biggest remaining holes for the Miami Dolphins
to fill out in the draft are cornerback and the offensive line. This we know to be true.
Despite the signing of former Atlanta Falcon Brent Grimes, Miami needs to continue to build up its secondary, and the best man for this job available to Miami in the draft is Washington
's Desmond Trufant, and not Xavier Rhodes from Florida State.
Dee Milliner might fit the bill, but there's no guarantee that he will be available for Miami with the 12th pick in the draft. It would have to trade up for him, but that would take sacrificing an extra draft pick or two.
The man for the job is Trufant, and it's easy to see why.
Let's start with Miami's defensive system, the zone coverage scheme. What is the zone coverage scheme?