Sun Sentinel Dolphins Reporter's Chris Perkins and Omar Kelly talk NFL Draft 2014, New Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey, and give the true or false answers to fan questions. #XOmar


Dave Hyde
Sports Columnist
The pick: Alabama T Cyrus Kouandjio
The reason: Trade down is first option. If that doesn't happen, have to get a tackle. Kouandjio had an up-and-down year at left tackle, but talent is evident.

 



Greg Lee

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Sports Editor
The pick: Alabama ILB C.J. Mosley
The reason: I am typically reluctant in selecting Crimson Tide players because of the production of recent draft selections, but Dolphins need to improve run defense and he could be the answer.



Omar Kelly
Dolphins Writer/Columnist
The pick: Alabama ILB C.J. Mosley
The reason: He's a polished inside linebacker whose ability to diagnose, and knack for making plays could be the missing link for the Dolphins' defense.

 



Keven Lerner
Online Sports Editor
The pick: Virginia OT Morgan Moses
The reason:
The Dolphins desperately need a starting right tackle. A rising draft prospect, Moses (6-6, 314 pounds) has a huge wingspan and is tough to run around or through. Moses also was coached by new Dolphins offensive coordinator Bill Lazor at Virginia.



Chris Perkins
Dolphins Writer
The pick: Notre Dame RT Zack Martin
The reason: At some point the Dolphins have to select the best right tackle available. And in a first round full of surprises, Martin's availability at No. 19 will be among them. If not, the Dolphins trade down and take Virginia RT Morgan Moses.



Steve Svekis
Multimedia Reporter
The pick: Notre Dame G/RT Zack Martin
The reason: Dennis Hickey knows that he has to find out what Ryan Tannehill can do with decent protection. It is his largest priority this year, to see if the third-year QB can play. Perhaps a trade up is in the cards.