Best-Case Scenario: Trumaine Johnson, CB/FS, Montana
Even though the Dolphins just signed Richard Marshall, they still need to add another defensive back. Marshall will reportedly play cornerback, so unless Miami is confident in Chris Clemons or Reshad Jones, they should consider drafting a safety.
Montana's Trumaine Johnson played cornerback at Montana, but he has the size of an NFL safety. Johnson boasts a thick 6'2", 204-pound build and pumped out 19 reps on the bench press at the combine.
Worst-Case Scenario: T.Y. Hilton, WR, FIU
Florida International's T.Y. Hilton is an electric wide receiver with great hands, speed and return skills. Last season, he reeled in 72 receptions for 1,038 yards and seven touchdowns for the Panthers.
However, Hilton has a disconcertingly slim 183-pound build. Can he absorb hits from NFL linebackers and safeties?
Miami's offense still needs more explosive assets, but Hilton is not the most ideal fit. Hilton wouldn't dethrone Davone Bess as a returner or as a slot receiver, so the 'Fins should use this pick on a more pressing need.