Miami Dolphins 2013 Draft: Mock Five

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Miami Dolphins 2013 Draft: Mock Five
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We have hit the home stretch in the 2013 NFL Draft season. A scant two weeks remain before the draft, time enough for many more mock drafts.

Several weeks ago, I participated in a live community mock draft called Mock One with other writers, evaluators, draftniks and fans. That draft was held before free agency hit, which has obviously altered the NFL landscape.

Recently, I participated in the latest iteration of that mock draft—Mock Five. I did so with far more clarity on Miami's situation.

Jeff Ireland went into free agency with buckets of money, and he came out of it having signed Mike Wallace, Brandon Gibson, Dustin Keller and Brent Grimes. He also retained Brian Hartline and Randy Starks and let Jake Long and Reggie Bush walk in free agency.

Those moves have dramatically cleared up a once-muddied draft picture for the Dolphins. There are likelihoods based on obvious needs or a lack thereof at certain positions. For example, I do not believe Miami will take Tavon Austin or any other receiver with a high draft pick, if at all.

Click through to find the results of this latest draft.

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