I'm of the belief that good guard play is more important to the Miami Dolphins' offensive success than the tackles.
Sure, the Dolphins need tackles, which we tackled earlier, but the Dolphins can go after tackles in free agency (paging either Branden Albert or Eugene Monroe), then use the draft to pick up a guard.
My first choice for guard would be Notre Dame's Zack Martin, who is actually listed as a tackle, but he played all five offensive line positions in college.
His build is more suited for guard, as is his athleticism and arm length.
Currently, Martin is considered a first-round pick by CBSSports.com, while Bleacher Report's Matt Miller has Martin ranked at No. 23 overall and climbing.
Other guards the Dolphins could consider include Baylor's Cyril Richardson (projected as a second rounder by CBSSports.com), David Yankey of Stanford (a potential first-round pick), and Mississippi State's Gabe Jackson (projected to go either in the second or third round).
The Dolphins will likely look to take depth in the late rounds at the guard position. For that, the best option might be Brandon Linder from Miami or North Carolina's Russell Bodine.
If you were to ask me who to pick first in the draft, I would go with Martin, not just among guards, but overall in the draft. He fits Miami's biggest need and will also likely be the best player available.