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Miami Dolphins: Mock Drafts Around the 'Net, 3/17 Edition

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The NFL Draft hype machine is kicking into high gear now as we inch ever so close to the annual event. That means more and more draft analysts are preparing and updating their mock drafts. And though we all know these mocks are generally not very accurate when it comes to the Dolphins (historically speaking), we just can't help but talk about them.

After all, what else do we have to talk about right now?

So let's get to it. The list of over 20 mock drafts is below...

Site Upd. 1st Round (15th)
2nd Round 3rd Round (79th) 3/14 RB
Mark Ingram
Mocking The Draft 3/15 QB
Jake Locker
New Era Scouting 3/15 RB
Mark Ingram
TE Luke Stocker
ESPN's Mel Kiper 3/9
Mark Ingram
ESPN's Todd McShay 3/16
Mark Ingram's Don Banks 3/9 RB
Mark Ingram's Bucky Brooks 3/14 RB Mark Ingram's Pat Kirwan 3/14 RB Mark Ingram
National Football Post 3/16 RB Mark Ingram
Pro Football Weekly 3/14 QB Cam Newton
Al Fronczak 3/15 QB
Jake Locker
PBP's Ben Volin 3/15 OT Gabe Carimi
Sun-Sentinel's Omar Kelly 3/9 WR Torrey Smith
Consensus Draft Services 3/12 RB Ryan Williams G Orlando Franklin
Draft Daddy 3/14 OT Gabe Carimi QB Ricky Stanzi
Draft Countdown 2/15 RB Mark Ingram
FOX Sports 3/3 RB Mark Ingram
Football's Future 3/7 RB Mark Ingram
Walter Football 3/15 RB Mark Ingram OLB Chris Carter
DrafTek 3/15 OLB Aldon Smith
QB Andy Dalton
The Sporting News 3/15 RB
Mark Ingram
Rotoworld's Evan Silva 3/6 RB Mark Ingram
CBS Sports' Rob Rang 3/14 RB Mark Ingram
CBS Sports' Chad Reuter 3/14 RB Mark Ingram
Draft Huddle 3/5 QB Ryan Mallett QB Pat Devlin
KFFL 3/15 RB Mark Ingram
Draft Board Insider 3/15 RB Mark Ingram

(Denotes any changes since last update)

Mark Ingram: 66% (-)
Jake Locker: 7.4% (+)
Gabe Carimi: 7.4% (+)
Cam Newton, Torrey Smith, Ryan Williams, Aldon Smith, Ryan Mallett: 3.7% each

The only surprise here might be that the percentage of mock drafts that have Ingram going to the Dolphins has actually gone down a bit over last week. As I said last week, if the Dolphins can't trade down, Ingram probably makes the most sense at 15.

I can't say I'm thrilled with the idea of Jake Locker ending up in Miami. There are a few guys (not just referring to quarterbacks, either) that I'd prefer the Dolphins to draft ahead of the Washington quarterback. I just don't see much upside in Locker - and his erratic accuracy seriously concerns me.

For the record, I plan on doing my first mock draft on 2011 next week. And I have a feeling some will be surprised at who I might have the Dolphins selecting at 15.