It just depends. When Miami drafts at 19, it's likely that Robinson, Matthews, and Lewan will be off the board.
After them, you have Tiny Richardson (who I like, but probably not enough to draft there), Kouandjio (who I would not draft there), and Martin (who I view as a good 2nd RD prospect). I wouldn't pass on superior players to draft BPA at a position that's been thinned out.
Looking at the CB's, you could have Gilbert, Dennard, or both sitting there. Keeping in mind that we drafted two CB's last season and that it's rare for CB's to play at a high level (regardless of draft position) in year 1, that person better be a legitimate BPA candidate. Given that we don't play a lot of press, Gilbert would make more sense than Dennard for Miami - I think.
Jimmie Ward makes a lot sense to me. I think he can be a true single-high safety, because he takes great angles, has great quickness, and adequate speed. He also has outstanding ball skills and can come down to cover the slot. It'd allow Jones to play more in the box - which is where he excels. Don't know if it'd fit with Coyle's approach - seems to like a lot of 2-deep safety. Said it before, but I see a lot of Earl Thomas to his game (again, not that he'll be THAT good).
Jeremy Hill is the other guy I'm really eyeing at 19. I can see Lazor loving his feet and burst.
You also have to take into account the rest of the board. After the top 3 OT's there's a drop off, and then there's a group of guys packed pretty close together (imo). I'd expect some of them to be available in the 2nd. I don't see other guys in the draft with skill sets like Hill or Ward.