The Dolphins' surprising early-season success has masked many of the pressing concerns the team had entering the regular season, but those issues are slowly resurfacing on the periphery.
This offensive line clearly needs work, as does this shoddy secondary and depthless pass rush.
However, no positional unit is more desperate for an upgrade than the wide receiver corps—which is the status quo from the offseason.
Although Brian Hartline has emerged as one of Ryan Tannehill's most trusted weapons and Davone Bess hasn't wavered, the Dolphins can't expect to become legitimate contenders without a topflight wide receiver.
It's remarkable that Ryan Tannehill has managed to keep Miami not only afloat but in the playoff hunt with this cast of wideouts.
Just imagine what he can do with a viable No. 1 wide receiver at his disposal.
As the college football season winds to a close, it's time to take an early look at which top collegiate wideouts the Dolphins will and won't target this April.