Medical questions pushed the Boise State running back (and a few other highly regarded Miami rookies) down the board but there is no denying his talent or fit in offensive coordinator Bill Lazor's scheme.
Adding skill-position talent to complement young quarterback Ryan Tannehill as well as beef to each side of the line of scrimmage could have Miami finally ready to challenge New England (which drafted well again too) in the AFC East.
Big names -- Adrian Peterson of the Vikings, Chargers QB Philip Rivers and Chiefs pass rusher Justin Houston -- are being discussed as draft weekend trade chips. They are among 10 valued veterans who could change address this week if the price is right.
The Dolphins, thanks to the loosely applied definition of local prospects, have been busy in the buildup to the 2015 NFL Draft with 37 visits, including eight wide receivers and potential offensive line help. NFLDraftScout.com investigates the team's unofficial list of draft visits.
With the signing of Ndamukong Suh, the Dolphins made the biggest splash of free agency. The aggressive strategy may not be limited to veterans, however, as Miami has already contacted other clubs in the hopes of landing a top 10 pick.