With preparation for the 2014 NFL Draft in full swing, there is a lot of speculation primarily surrounding the first round.
The Miami Dolphins are a bit late to the process due to their just hiring a new GM, Dennis Hickey.
Hickey was primarily in charge of scouting during his time with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Dolphins fans will be hoping that he turns around Miami's misfortune with player selection.
It's almost impossible to prepare past the first round other than grading players because so many unexpected things happen. There are essentially four options that every team has with their first-round pick.
Last year, the Dolphins chose to trade up in the first round and select Dion Jordan. Which option will they pursue this year?
Here are all four options and how they could play out, along with my own analysis on which would be the smartest move for Miami.