The Dolphins need to draft: WR, CB, DL, LB, OL.
Round One (Pick 25): Darrius Heyward-Bey; WR, Maryland
With raw 4.3 speed and a prototypical body at 6'3" 205, this lengthy receiver will help compliment Ginn and give the Fins a dual deep threat at any given time. They need someone who can draw double coverage; Heyward-Bey can do this.
Round Two (Pick 12): Malcom Jenkins; CB, Ohio St.
Pending he's still around, due to his not-so-great 40 and the demand for corners in the draft, the Fins need a physical corner to help out in a division with standout recievers, Owens and Moss. (Pending that Vontae Davis will be taken before Jenkins.) Owens is known to struggle against physical corners. Jenkins fits the bill.
Round Two (Pick 24): Michael Johnson; DE/OLB, Georgia Tech
If he isn't gone early in the second, the Fins will look his way. He was a freak at the combine with a 4.75 (He has run a 4.56) 40 and a 38.5" vertical—not bad for being 6'7" 266. He is a 3-4 pass rush linebacker, exactly what the Dolphins need. A Julius Peppers clone.