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Assuming that at this point the Dolphins have selected players to address their primary needs, they'll have the opportunity to accrue some depth with two picks.
At age 30, Cameron Wake has proven to be an elite pass rusher in the NFL.
However, he's only getting older and the 'Phins are going to need to start developing some younger players to take the reigns over the next few years.
Look for an athletic, yet somewhat raw defensive end at this point in the draft.
With their additional selection, look for another player to add depth to their secondary or someone who can add a spark to the offense, addressing whichever need is prevalent at this time.
Margus Hunt, DE, Southern Methodist
The 6'8" 280-pound defensive end was a one-man show against Fresno State in the Hawaii Bowl.
He had two forced fumbles, a safety, two sacks and three tackles for a loss, in the first half.
Expect his stock to rise after he shows off his strength and speed in the combine, but hope that he'll still be around early in the third round.
Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State
He may not have had the season that he was hoping for in 2012, and his stock will certainly climb if he returns for his senior season at Oklahoma State.
However, it is still very possible that Gilbert enters the draft in 2013 and is likely waiting for his name to be called in the late second or early third round.
If this is the case, the Dolphins would be wise to view this as a great opportunity for Kevin Coyle to help develop a young cornerback with a ton of upside.
Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M
This is one that Ryan Tannehill and Mike Sherman would both truly appreciate.
Being that he's already familiar with both Tannehill and Sherman's offense, he'd be able to instantly contribute to the Dolphins' spread offense.
Despite this, I'm not sure if I'd waste a third round pick on Swope with Davone Bess still in the mix.
Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama
If Reggie Bush isn't brought back in 2013, then Eddie Lacy would be a great addition to the Dolphins young group of running backs.
I've never been too pleased with Daniel Thomas, but I really like what I've seen from Lamar Miller in his few touches this year.
Lacy would certainly offer some versatility in the backfield and could easily fill the shoes of Thomas with his power and added quickness.