The Dolphins started the draft with eight picks in seven rounds to fill their various needs.
The strategy they went with was to fill their biggest needs. They deviated from the plan once Laremy Tunsil slipped to them, but the second and third rounds were all about filling said needs, even if it meant making deals.
Miami traded up twice on Friday, dealing a fourth-rounder to Baltimore to move up in the second round to acquire Xavien Howard, then trading back into the third round by sending Minnesota its sixth-rounder along with a third and a fourth-rounder for next season. The team then used that pick to acquire Rutgers wide receiver Leonte Carroo.
The draft is no longer about needs, but rather who are the best players available when Miami is on the clock.
Article source: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2636819-miami-dolphins-mock-draft-and-big-board-updated-day-3-predictions
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