If I had a nickle for every Miami Dolphins mock draft that has been released this week, I'd have 10 cents from Bleacher Report alone.
Yes, the mock draft is an already over-saturated market; however, there's one thing that isn't taken into account.
What if the Miami Dolphins decide it would be in their best interest to trade up or trade down? How come that doesn't get taken into account?
The reason for this? I haven't a clue, really. I'd assume this is because you can't predict what trades are made/can be made until said trades are reported to be in discussion.
Whether they are or not, we don't know. Odds are the pre-draft trade market won't pick up until a Darrelle Revis deal is made, or until draft day. Most draft trades take place on draft day.
So with that in mind, how is it that trades are made? In this mock draft we'll talk about that, while also looking at how the draft could shake out for the Dolphins if they decided to trade up (with a potential deal for that).
Next week, you will get the opposite: a mock draft for if the Dolphins decide to trade down in Round 1.