It's a good thing I'm not a candidate for Dolphins general manager, for if both Greg Robinson and Eric Ebron are available at No. 19, I might just faint.
Going by need, I'd take Robinson, but based off of talent and upside, Ebron is the choice.
Yes, Miami already has Charles Clay, Michael Egnew and Dion Sims at tight end (and could retain Dustin Keller), and we don't know what the team will eventually get from Egnew and Sims at the next level.
What do we get from Eric Ebron? From the looks of it, something better than we can expect from Egnew or Sims. He's a 6'4", 245-pound target who would be perfect for what the Dolphins need in the red zone and will be a priority to cover for other teams from day one, which would help out the likes of Clay, Brian Hartline, Brandon Gibson and Mike Wallace.
Ebron has size and athleticism that Clay doesn't have, which is why he'd be the perfect complement to Clay. Does the pick address a need? Not when you look at it strictly by position, but when you consider that it would greatly help Ryan Tannehill if he has a big guy who can catch anything, Ebron fits that need well.
Drafting Ebron would also excite the fanbase far more than any of these other picks. Unless Robinson is available, Ebron should be Miami's first-round pick if he is available.