Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images
Cornerback should not be a need for Miami, but a number of poor and questionable decisions have made it so.
They used a second- and third-round pick on Jamar Taylor and Will Davis last year, but both of them literally played just a few snaps in 2013 and cannot be counted on at all in 2014.
Then Miami let Nolan Carroll walk and also gave Dimitri Patterson's money to the maddeningly inconsistent Cortland Finnegan, a 30-year-old with a similar injury history to Patterson's.
This leaves the Dolphins without a sure thing at the No. 2 corner spot, and they don't have a guy whom I would definitely count on at No. 3 either. They need to bring in some more competition because a roster needs at least five somewhat decent corners in today's NFL.
The draft features a lot of options, but here are five of my favorite mid- to late-rounders: Vic Hampton, Pierre Desir, Ross Cockrell, Aaron Colvin and Terrance Mitchell.