Pick: Johnthan Banks, Cornerback, Mississippi State
Worst Case Scenario: A wide receiver fails to make a late rise up the draft board
The Miami Dolphins really need to add an offensive playmaker to aid the development of quarterback Ryan Tannehill. However, the 2013 draft class currently doesn't boast a wide receiver that looks like a sure-fire No. 1 target. This will force the Miami Dolphins to look in a different direction.
Tennessee's Justin Hunter, California's Keenan Allen and Tennessee's Cordarrelle Patterson are the top receivers on my board. All three are extremely talented, but each come with question marks.
Hunter struggles with his focus and catching the football. Too often he lets the ball get into his body, which results in drops. He doesn't do a good job using his size to his advantage. Hunter must do a better job attacking the ball at its highest point.
Allen's late-season injury could impact his ability to gain some momentum. He's another guy with good size and potential. However, there's been a few games where he just disappeared and failed to make an impact.
Patterson's one season at Tennessee has been a major success, but teams are a little cautious to pull the trigger on a prospect with such little experience.
Other than targeting a wide receiver, Mississippi State's Johnthan Banks could step in and immediately help the Dolphins' secondary.