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The Dolphins have issues on every level of their defense, and the best player on the board who can help their stop unit is Myles Jack. The linebacking corps is in need of an upgrade. Jelani Jenkins is the only linebacker they have who's not terrible in coverage, and he's just OK.
And yes, Myles Jack is still a first-rounder and a possible top-10 prospect. Jack tore his ACL, yet he's still in play to go this high. Todd Gurley was chosen No. 10 overall despite his knee injury, and Jack got hurt so early that he'll be ready for the 2016 NFL season opener.
Pick change; previously Tre'Davious White, CB
Rd. 2, Pk. 15
Vernon Butler, DT, Louisiana Tech
Despite some lethargic moments, Ndamukong Suh has played very well this season. The same can't be said for the other Miami defensive tackles, so here's some help at the position.
Pick change; previously Derrick Henry, RB
Rd. 3, Pk. 14
Eddie Jackson, CB/S, Alabama
The Dolphins are another team that could stand to add multiple upgrades to their secondary. Their safety situation is pretty shaky.
As Darren McFadden just illustrated, the Dolphins need to upgrade their linebackers. Many expected them to address the position in the 2016 NFL Draft, but they targeted other positions early. Here's a difference-maker for the middle of the Miami defense.
The 6-foot-2, 235-pounder has the skills to cover in the passing game and be an impact run defender. In 2015, Smith has totaled 98 tackles, eight for a loss, one sack, four passes broken up and one forced fumble (he was robbed of one by the official scorer). He was all over the field for the Fighting Irish in 2014 with 112 tackles with nine tackles for a loss, one forced fumble, 3.5 sacks and two passes defended. Smith has speed and athleticism in the middle of the field with the ability to start on the inside or the outside.
Pick change; previously Ronnie Stanley, OT
Rd. 2, Pk. 15
Jayron Kearse, S, Clemson
Miami needs help in the secondary at corner and safety. The team could use a safety upgrade over Walt Aikens, plus Brent Grimes is aging, and Brice McCain shouldn't be starting. Here's an upgrade at safety.
In 2015, Kearse has 42 tackles, four passes broken up and an interception. He's performed nicely for Clemson, but wasn't all that impressive going against Florida State and running back Dalvin Cook.
In speaking with sources, they felt that of Clemson's NFL prospects who could enter the draft early, Kearse was the most impressive and more so than Shaq Lawson or Mackensie Alexander. These same sources feel that Kearse has the ability to be a deep safety who helps over the top. He also can play some dime linebacker with his run defense and cover tight ends in man coverage. The 6-foot-5, 220-pounder has improved his draft stock and could be an early-rounder if he enters the 2016 NFL Draft.
Rd. 3, Pk. 14
Eric Murray, CB, Minnesota
Miami could use a young corner to groom as a replacement for Ben Grimes.
This year, Murray (6-0, 194) has 57 tackles, six passes broken up and an interception. He also was good in coverage versus Horned Frogs recevier Josh Doctson, but Murray's physicality can lead to some pass interference issues. In 2014, Murray had 69 tackles with seven passes broken up and an interception. He broke up 10 passes as a sophomore.
Once considered a 1st round prospect for the 2015 draft, Calhoun smartly returned to school for his senior year as he didn’t quite meet those expectations. He’s using this extra year to add to his arsenal of pass-rush moves, coupling this with his fluid movement to help overcome his lack of power. Cameron Wake still may have a good season or two left in him, but Miami could potentially fail to re-sign Olivier Vernon. With Dion Jordan getting more suspensions than sacks in after his rookie season, it would be a great idea for Miami to add insurance on the edge, even if they do re-sign Vernon