The Miami Dolphins, and the NFL as a whole, have completed the 2015 NFL Draft. It was a crazy three days, with trades being made all over the place, and a lot of players flying off draft boards. We look back at the Dolphins' full draft process:
The Dolphins used the 14th overall selection to pick Louisville wide receiver DeVante Parker.
Miami started the round with the 15th pick, number 47 overall, but traded it to the Philadelphia Eagles, along with the team's sixth round pick. In exchange, Miami received the 20th pick in the round, number 52 overall, along with two fifth round picks.
The Dolphins used the 52nd overall pick to select Oklahoma defensive tackle Jordan Phillips.
The Dolphins used the 114th overall pick to select Jamil Douglas, guard, Arizona State.
The Dolphins used the 145th overall pick to select Memphis cornerback Bobby McCain.
The Dolphins used the 149th overall pick to select Jay Ajayi, running back, Boise State.
The Dolphins used the 150th overall pick to select Minnesota safety Cedric Thompson.
The Dolphins used the 156th overall pick to select wide receiver Tony Lippett from Michigan State.