Miami Dolphins Mock Draft: 7-Round Predictions, Post-Scouting Combine

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Miami Dolphins Mock Draft: 7-Round Predictions, Post-Scouting Combine
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With the conclusion of the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine today, the perception of this year's draft selections became a bit more crystallized. Some players surprised, others disappointed and still many sat right in the middle. 

The Miami Dolphins, and their 55-man roster that was in attendance, understand the importance of the combine. For a team like Miami, which has nine picks overall and five in the first 82, nailing this draft is the difference between playoff contention and another half-decade wallowing in mediocrity. 

With a multitude of needs, the Dolphins have a lot of holes to fill. The combine showed that there's a lot of depth in this year's draft class, so the Dolphins should be licking their proverbial chops. 

Before we dive into our first post-combine mock draft, let's lay out a few assumptions this article has made: 

  • Miami hits on one of the big free-agent receivers; whether it was Mike Wallace, Greg Jennings or even Dwayne Bowe is unimportant.
  • Sean Smith stays put in Miami, finally re-signing a deal that's more in line with his performance. 
  • Jake Long and Reggie Bush are out.
  • Randy Starks is franchise tagged.
  • Brian Hartline, Anthony Fasano and Chris Clemons are re-signed.

With those assumptions out of the way, let's dive right in. 

Note: All Combine statistics courtesy of

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