The first round of the 2013 NFL draft is in the books.
With the first 32 picks off the board, teams believe they have improved and are looking at a bright future (or so they believe). Watching a player walk across the stage and shake the commissioner's hand indicates a new beginning.
The Miami Dolphins came into this draft with big needs at right tackle, cornerback and pass-rusher as well as needs at running back, guard and safety.
After the first round, they addressed their need at pass-rusher by trading up to the No. 3 spot and selecting Dion Jordan. They will now look to fill their other needs with three picks during the second day of the draft. Some players have slipped, some are right where they were projected and others will entice a team to reach.
Here are a few players that should be on Miami's radar during the draft's second day.