At some point in the draft, the Dolphins will look to bring in a defensive back who can provide both depth and legitimate upside.
That is where a player like Brock Vereen can come into play.
The younger brother of New England Patriots running back Shane Vereen, the 6'0", 199-pound Brock is a very athletic player with great speed, a trait that he displayed at the scouting combine where he ran a 4.47 40-yard dash, per NFL.com.
Vereen is a smart football player who has great instincts and never takes a play off.
He has good starting experience playing all over the secondary while in college, switching around from cornerback to nickelback to free safety while also getting some time on the special teams coverage unit as well.
He still has a lot left to be desired as a tackler, which makes him a weak link on the defense in stopping the run, and he can also improve with his fundamentals and hands a bit.
However, his ability to play in pass coverage at three different positions means he is capable of being the future replacement of Louis Delmas or even filling in at cornerback at different points throughout the 2014 season.
If Vereen is still on the board, he would make an excellent option for the Dolphins in the middle rounds of the draft.