The 1983 draft was quite kind to the Dolphins, as they acquired Dan Marino, Mark Clayton, Anthony Carter and Reggie Roby.
Marino was selected to nine Pro Bowls and won the NFL MVP in 1984. He holds 31 Dolphins records and is a member of the Hall of Fame.
Clayton was the beneficiary of several of those Marino passes, as he gained 8,974 yards and 84 touchdowns in 11 seasons. He was a selected to five Pro Bowls and caught 18 touchdown passes in 1984.
Carter, because of his USFL affiliations, never played a down for the Dolphins, but of what could have been if he had stuck in Miami. He was a three time Pro-Bowler who had 55 career touchdowns.
Roby, though he was a punter, revolutionized the position with his two-step punting approach. He was a three time Pro-Bowler and a member of the 1980s All-Decade Team.