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2019 NFL Mock Draft - Miami Dolphins Mock Draft

- Updated: Sunday, March 31st

The Huddle Report tracks NFL Mock Draft Accuracy and EDSFootball's Kevin Hanson ranks tied for 1st among experts tracked over the past five years. In addition, his 2015 NFL mock was the most accurate among the 113 tracked that year.

On this page, you will find all of our picks for the Miami Dolphins in the 2019 NFL Mock Draft from Kevin Hanson.

Between now and the 2019 NFL Draft, we will add additional rounds to our mock draft as we will eventually mock all seven rounds.

Here are the picks in our 2019 NFL Mock Draft for the Dolphins:

13. Miami Dolphins (Draft History): Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida Gators

Could indirect tanking be in the plans for the 2019 Dolphins in order to target one of the perceived-to-be better 2020 signal-callers? (At the moment, no team has worse Super Bowl LIV odds than Miami (200/1), which makes them the early favorite to hold the top pick in 2020.) If so, Taylor could fill the void left by departed free-agent right tackle Ja'Wuan James to bookend Laremy Tunsil for whomever their future starting quarterback may be.

- MORE: Our way-too-early 2020 NFL Mock Draft

48. Miami Dolphins (Draft History): Julian Love, CB, Notre Dame Fighting Irish

The Dolphins have one of the better young corners in the league with Xavien Howard, but they could use an upgrade opposite him.

- MORE: Miami Dolphins 2019 Mock Draft Database

78. Miami Dolphins (Draft History): Michael Deiter, OL, Wisconsin Badgers

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Miami Dolphins 2020 NFL Mock Draft

- Updated: Tuesday, March 19th

Below is our first round pick for the Miami Dolphins in our way-too-early 2020 NFL Mock Draft:

1. Miami Dolphins (Draft History): Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama Crimson Tide

Before moving on from Ryan Tannehill, the Dolphins were linked to Tyrod Taylor and Teddy Bridgewater, both of whom signed elsewhere to assume a backup role. With Luke Falk and Jake Rudock combining for five career pass attempts, the Dolphins needed an upgrade (enter Ryan Fitzpatrick) to start in 2019 even if reports suggest they could be targeting an elite quarterback in next year's draft. Either way, Miami is the early favorite for the first pick in next year's draft. In his first full season as a starter, Tagovailoa threw for 3,966 yards, 43 touchdowns and only six interceptions in a Heisman-runner up campaign.

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