The Miami Dolphins have selected cornerback Jamar Taylor from Boise State with the 54th overall pick.
He joins Oregon defensive end Dion Jordan for the Dolphins' as part of the 2013 Draft class.
The Dolphins have been busy throughout this draft. Yesterday, they traded up to the third overall pick to get Jordan, trading away their first second round pick (42). Then, before this pick, the Dolphins also traded receiver Davone Bess to the Cleveland Browns. The trade reportedly will mean the two teams swap picks in the fourth and fifth rounds.
The Dolphins draft needs now include offensive tackle, wide receiver, tight end, and possibly running back. Miami has picks 77 and 82 in the third round, which will be held tonight.