Last night, the Miami Dolphins selected wide receiver DeVante Parker out of Louisville. Parker will hopefully be a true number one wide receiver that Miami need down the road for quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
The remaining critical need for the Dolphins is linebacker. Other considerations for the Dolphins here include offensive guard, corner and defensive tackle.
Lets check out my top 20 remaining prospects available:
Top 5 Prospects
Randy Gregory, LB, Nebraska: Should have been a top 10 pick, but poor choices made by Gregory have pushed him down further. All the talent in the world, how far will he fall?
Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, Missouri: Is there a common theme here? Looks like the second coming of Andre Johnson, but character concerns have kept him from going in round one. Is he fully committed to football?
Landon Collins, S, Alabama: Alabama players often don't live up to expectations, but Landon Collins provides great value at this point, with many predicting he would be a top 20 pick.
Devin Smith, WR, Ohio State: Will star for a team that uses the vertical game. Excellent speed, but not a technician at the position.
Jordan Phillips, DT, Oklahoma: The tape screams potential. Got the size, strength and athleticism to command double teams at the NFL level. Classic nose tackle that will start for some team on day 1.
Top 6-10 Prospects
La'el Collins, OT/OG, LSU: Only a few days ago he was a candidate to go number 14 overall, but concerns over an investigation into a shooting has raised concerns. He's not named as a suspect, but this has become very damaging to the player. Could drop to round 4.
Eddie Goldman, DT, Florida State: 4-3 defensive tackle or a 3-4 defensive end. Like Phillips, hasn't yet reached his potential, but is an ascending player.
Ronald Darby, CB, Florida State: An absolute speed machine, running a 4.38 in the 40-yard dash. Perfect scheme fit for the Dolphins, but will most likely be gone by the middle of the round.
Oawmagbe Odighizuwa, DE, UCLA: Has medical concerns and questions surrounding his consistency, but has the skill-set and frame to be a devastating pass rush threat.
Eric Kendricks, ILB, UCLA: Instincts, leadership and smarts. Solid against the run and great in coverage. Lack of athleticism means he falls to day 2, but he'll be a heck of a player at the next level.
Top 11-15 Prospects
Jake Fisher, OT, Oregon: Great technician with experience at both right and left tackle. Has also played tight end.
Maxx Williams, TE, Minnesota: Has been compared to Jason Witten and is the best of a shallow tight end class.
Eric Rowe, CB, Utah: Corner or safety? Or both?
Denzel Perryman, ILB, Miami (Fla.): Old school middle linebacker that may just be the hardest hitter in the draft. Hope Miami keeps him in Miami.
Jaelen Strong, WR, Arizona State: Put to bed issues with his speed following his 4.44 40-yard dash time at the combine. Not as explosive as teams would like, but will be a solid possession receiver in the pros.
Top 16-20 Prospects
Eli Harold, OLB, Virginia: Very raw prospect, but his potential will mean a team picks him in the second round.
Jalen Collins, CB, LSU: Solid man-coverage corner with the size and athleticism teams want at the position. Inexperience means he ranks here.
Preston Smith, DE, Mississippi State: Most of the pass rushers are fits in 3-4 defensive schemes. Smith is a classic 4-3 defensive end. He can stop the run and has pass rush potential.
Quinten Rollins, CB, Miami (Ohio): Only one year of football experience, but has the work ethic to be a solid pro...in time. Too raw to start day 1, but has all the talent in the world.
Benardrick McKinney, ILB, Mississippi State: Physically imposing middle linebacker, but does he have the instincts and awareness of Kendricks or Perryman? That's crucial for an inside linebacker.
Alex Parish is an Associate Editor at The Phinsider. Be sure to follow me on Twitter@AlexParish89.