Scott Wright wrote:
1.12 Jason Pierre-Paul
One of the big keys to any good 3-4 defense is an athletic outside linebacker who can rush the passer. Nobody knows this better than Bill Parcells, who has actually used first round picks on linebackers everywhere he has been, from Carl Banks with the Giants to Willie McGinest with the Patriots to James Farrior with the Jets to DeMarcus Ware with the Cowboys. So far The Tuna hasn’t taken a linebacker in round one during his tenure in Miami yet but history tells us that will eventually change. Jason Taylor is essentially running on fumes at this point and Joey Porter appears to be wearing out his welcome, which means it’s time to start thinking about the future. South Florida’s Jason Pierre-Paul only has one season of Division I experience after transferring in from the JUCO ranks but he wasted no time asserting himself as one of the country’s most feared pass rushers and a top pro prospect. An amazing athlete with rare burst and explosiveness, Pierre-Paul checks in at 6-6 and 260 pounds, has extremely long arms and reportedly runs a 4.6 forty. Although still very raw there is simply no denying Pierre-Paul’s natural talent and unlimited upside, Jason Pierre-Paul | South Florida Bulls which is why he could ultimately carry a grade similar to that of Aaron Maybin last year. Sergio Kindle of Texas could be another pass rushing possibility. Other options for Miami in round one could include an inside linebacker (Alabama’s Rolando McClain) or a wide receiver (Oklahoma State’s Dez Bryant). The Dolphins also need to bring in a replacement for 35-year-old nose tackle Jason Ferguson and Tennessee’s Dan Williams might not be as much of a reach here as some think.
2.43 Brandon LaFell
Dwayne Bowe-clone who could be the true #1 option at wideout that they need.
It's still early... but I'm not sure I like either of these guys lol. http://www.draftcountdown.com/sub/Mock-Draft-A.php