This is part I 1 Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee 2a Alex Okafor, DE, Texas 2b Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State 3a Arthur Brown, OLB, Kansas State 3b Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M This is part II 1. Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame This may be a bit of a reach on Eifert, but it's not a huge reach. Eifert is projected to be selected anywhere in the late first or early second. With needs elsewhere in free agency, Miami can ensure it has a playmaker at tight end by selecting Eifert with the #12 overall pick. 2a. Alex Okafor, DE, Texas This is one of my favorite defensive ends in the entire draft. He would have to fall a little bit to be selected here, but it's not completely out of the question. Okafor has great athletic ability and strength. He's got a frame perfect for the defensive end position. He's an extremely team-oriented player and would be an immediate starter on the opposite side of Cameron Wake. 2b. Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State As the combine showed us, there's a ton of athletic ability in this class of receivers. It's also a group that has a lot of depth. Wheaton put up great numbers at Oregon State and would be the offensive spark Miami needs to be more dangerous in the passing game. 3a. Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M This is an obvious pick for Miami. Swope, who before the combine was projected anywhere in rounds 3-5, solidified himself as a day-two pick with his performance at the combine. He thrived with Tannehill in Mike Sherman's offense at Texas A&M. Like Wheaton, Swope makes this receiving corps even more electric. 3b. Leon McFadden, CB, San Diego State Not the biggest guy in the world, but he can certainly play. He would be a much-needed addition to a team needing more talent in the secondary.