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There isn't a mock draft out there that doesn't have the Dolphins drafting an offensive lineman in at least one of the first two rounds.
Offensive line is the team's biggest need, so it's natural to assume that they will address it early in the draft.
However, the Dolphins could also go in a completely different direction and draft game-changing players in the first two rounds.
In the first round, C.J. Mosley would be the top choice, if he fell to Miami at 19.
A case has already been made as to why Mosley would be a perfect fit for the Dolphins, as inserting him as the starting middle linebacker would give Miami an elite-level defense.
In the second, the team could opt to go for a playmaker on the offensive side of the ball.
Whether it be a tight end like Jace Amaro or Austin Seferian-Jenkins or a wide receiver like Martavis Bryant, Cody Latimer, Allen Robinson or Donte Moncrief, there are plenty of high impact players that can be found in Round 2.
In this scenario, the Dolphins can draft the best available offensive tackle in the third round—Ja'Wuan James, Billy Turner and Jack Mewhort would be the top options—and then follow it up with another lineman in the fourth or fifth round.
The third-round lineman could be plugged in as the starting right tackle and the second offensive lineman can compete for the opening left guard position, along with Sam Brenner, Dallas Thomas and Nate Garner.
The downside to this scenario is that the Dolphins are still leaving question marks on the offensive line by not addressing the problem early on.
However, providing that they can hit on their picks, the Dolphins could still upgrade the offensive line and add two explosive players on each side of the ball in the meantime.
It's a bold move for sure but it could be one that, if done correctly, could instantly turn the Dolphins into an extremely dangerous team in 2014.