The Dolphins have just one viable three-down linebacker on the roster in Jelani Jenkins. Koa Misi is a solid, two-down defender, but Miami has to find a third linebacker. Since the Dolphins didn't accomplish that in the 2015 NFL Draft, they could select someone like Jaylon Smith in the first round next April.
Pick change; previously Myles Jack, ILB
Rd. 2, Pk. 24
With Cameron Wake entering the latter stages of his career and Olivier Vernon hitting free agency soon, the Dolphins may want to add another pass-rusher.
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The Dolphins lost Louis Delmas to another injury but nobody should be surprised. Miami could use a long-term solution.
Andrews was very good for Florida State in 2014. The Seminoles' defense had some struggles in the tackling department, but Andrews and fellow safety Jalen Ramsey were the exceptions. Andrews recorded 93 tackles with three interceptions and five passes broken up on the year. In some close games, he came up with some huge plays for Florida State.
Despite a loaded defense in 2013, Andrews (5-11, 210) managed to beat out more veteran defenders for a spot and definitely made an impact. The freshman racked up four interceptions, forced three fumbles, eight passes broken up and 35 tackles. He also had 10 special teams tackles and was a core player on the Seminoles' coverage units.
Pick change; previously Shilique Calhoun, DE
Rd. 2, Pk. 18
Zach Sanchez, CB, Oklahoma
The Dolphins grab a potential replacement for Ben Grimes.
Sanchez was awful in 2013, and teams constantly picked on him for big plays. He was vastly improved in 2014 for the Sooners. Sanchez was an all-conference pick and held up well when teams targeted him. He had 43 tackles with six interceptions and eight passes broken up. As a freshman, Sanchez picked off two passes and batted away 13. The 5-foot-11, 175-pounder could stand to fill out his frame.