Todd McShay put out his final mock draft (subscription required) and continued to show how high he is on Morgan Moses.
According to McShay:
The Dolphins should look for an opportunity to move up to get Zack Martin but if they stay here, I think Moses would make sense. I don't know that everyone is as high on Moses as I am, but it's hard to have a more glaring need at a position group than the Dolphins have at offensive line. They added some pieces in free agency, including Branden Albert, but they still have improving to do after 2013's franchise-high 58-sack campaign. Moses performed better at left tackle at Virginia than he did at right tackle, so that could make for an interesting situation with Albert slotted for the left side.
Considering where the Dolphins are picking, it seems very unlikely that they get one of the top ranked offensive linemen.
However, Moses would be a very good consolation prize, especially if the team can trade down and still grab him at a better value.
Aside from Greg Robinson, Jake Matthews and Taylor Lewan, Moses is the best pure tackle in the draft, and as I've previously argued, would be an excellent choice for Miami.
At 6'6" and 314 pounds, Moses is both strong enough to dominate the line of scrimmage and long and agile enough to shut down pass-rushers coming off the edge.
He has already shown that he can excel playing in the zone-blocking scheme that the Dolphins run and also is familiar playing for Miami offensive coordinator Bill Lazor, who was Virginia's offensive coordinator from 2010-2012.
Moses is an ideal fit for the Dolphins to bookend the offensive line opposite Branden Albert and could be counted on to protect Ryan Tannehill for the next decade.