Sitting at 4-3, Miami has some positive and some negatives. I think most fans can look at the team and see what needs to be improved. The big question, regarding the draft is how Ryan Tannehill plays the rest of the way once he gets healthy. That will likely determine the direction the team heads. If the team goes quarterback early, I hope it's an offensive draft that fixes the offensive line as well. Here's my first draft. 1. Joe Jackson, DE, Miami The Dolphins defense has showed promise, but the pass rush has been a disappointment. 2. Elgton Jenkins, C, Mississippi State Miami run game needs help badly. Interior lineman have to be a priority. 3. Jeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi State Simmons is a first round talent, but he'll drop due to character issues. A penetrating tackle that fits Miami's scheme perfectly and would be a bargain if he gets to round three. 4. Trace McSorley, QB Penn State McSorley is an interesting developmental prospect with some nice athletic ability and a bit of an it factor. Old school comparison... Rich Gannon. 5. Calvin Anderson, OT, Texas A big tackle who could be a swing guy for Miami. 6. Kendall Joseph ILB/OLB, Clemson Dolphins add linebacker depth. 7. Tarik Black, WR, Michigan A big wideout for competition. Miami has taken a lot of wide receivers since Adam Gase has been HC and I wouldn't doubt that they look sooner to fill a need here.