Have had a chance to watch some college football, read some scouting reports and see enough Miami football to know the strengths and weaknesses of this team. So here it goes. 1. Quenton Nelson OG - Notre Dame It's not just that the interior of the Miami offensive line is bad, it's real bad. In fact, I think this unit is holding the team back from being a legit super bowl contender. Nelson is the real deal, the physical guard this team needs to match-up in the AFC East. 2. Billy Price C - Ohio State The front office loves Mike Pouncey, but with his injuries and his salary it's time to move on. Price gives the team the versatility to play guard or center and could be the perfect replacement for Pouncey. 3. Tony Brown CB - Alabama Adding another young, physical corner makes sense. 4. Luke Falk QB - Washington State Before you say what the Falk, the Dolphins need someone to compete with Matt Moore for a backup role. I like Falk's accuracy and ball placement, which gives him a chance to be at least a quality backup. 5. Traded pick to New Orleans 6. Jack Cichy OLB Wisconsin Cichy has had some injuries, but he's a good player with experience at outside and inside linebacker. 7. Mavin Sanders TE Florida State Not productive, but a guy with a lot of talent. I'm hoping in my scenario, that Miami gets a tight end in free agency.