The secondary could definitely use some help in Miami, especially someone with good range and instincts to play on the back end of the defense. Jeremy Chinn can be that player, and could be an excellent complement to Reshad Jones who operates better near the line of scrimmage.
The Dolphins have both Raekwon McMillan and Jerome Baker in house right now, but adding more help to the front seven isn’t a bad idea. Jacob Phillips isn’t getting the hype that Patrick Queen is right now, but he’s a solid player with good physicality and instincts.
Xavien Howard and Nik Needham are good pieces at corner, but finding another boundary corner would help a ton. In this scenario, they opt for Byron Jones in free agency and draft A.J. Green here. Green has good length and coverage skills worth developing.
Helping out Tagovailoa is essential, and even with DeVante Parker and Preston Williams putting together good seasons, adding another reliable player isn’t a bad idea. Bryan Edwards looked more crisp as a route runner in 2019, especially with double moves and in breaking routes, which are a specialty of Tua’s.
Let’s double dip at edge here late in the draft for the Miami Dolphins. Syracuse’s Kendall Coleman is physical on the edge and has some burst to win by turning the corner.
Rounding out the draft, Miami gets a very electric gadget player in Antonio Gibson. Gibson is great in space and can operate as a running back and a wide receiver.