I'll tell you one thing. The Miami Dolphins aren't going to draft a wide receiver in the first round. While most mocks of the 2013 NFL draft may say the opposite, they can't be blamed for working with what they have.
Yes, Miami needs to add receivers, but this is a hole that will likely be filled in free agency. The Dolphins will re-sign Brian Hartline and will add Greg Jennings, Mike Wallace or Dwayne Bowe. After this, a receiver will no longer be a need for Miami. If anything, the Dolphins may try to add receiving depth in the middle rounds.
The 2013 draft is difficult to predict, starting with Kansas City's no. 1 pick. While there are no can't-miss quarterbacks in this class, teams will reach for players like Geno Smith, Matt Barkley, Tyler Wilson, Mike Glennon and even Ryan Nassib. Because rookie salaries for first-rounders are much more affordable under the new collective bargaining agreement, teams such as the Kansas City Chiefs, Jacksonville Jaguars, Arizona Cardinals, Buffalo Bills, and New York Jets might take a first-round signal-caller.
This means the Miami Dolphins will likely have dynamic talent available to them when they make the 12th selection of the 2013 NFL Draft.