Since this is an "Ideal" Mock Draft, some of you might expect Robert Griffin III to fall here. But as the 2012 Draft approaches, it's looking like Griffin won't fall outside of the top five—and I'm trying to keep this mock draft realistic.
The next most ideal scenario for the Fins is to grab one of two highly-touted offensive tackles—Iowa's Riley Reiff or Stanford's Jonathan Martin. It's not the sexy pick, but it's the most sound.
Both Vernon Carey and Marc Colombo are free agents this summer, and Miami could solidify their line for years to come by drafting one of these tackles.
However, I'm not totally sold that the Dolphins will draft a right tackle here. John Jerry's strong play down the stretch could persuade the team to give him a shot at a starting job again, and Miami could then sign a quality right tackle or right guard to round out the line. Plus, Football Outsiders ranked this offensive line 17th in the NFL, suggesting it isn't as bad as the public seems to believe.
If a player like Alabama safety Mike Barron or South Carolina defensive end Melvin Ingram start rising up draft boards, I think the Fins might opt for one of them.