The Miami Dolphins will enter the 2023 NFL Draft with four picks, including one in the second round (No. 51 overall), one in the third round (No. 84 overall), one in the sixth round (No. 197 overall), and one in the seventh round (No. 238 overall).
The Dolphins do not have a first-round pick in 2023, as they forfeited it as a result of tampering violations. They also traded their other first-round pick to the Denver Broncos in exchange for linebacker Bradley Chubb.
Despite not having a first-round pick, the Dolphins still have a number of needs that they could address in the draft. Some of their top needs include:
- Tight end
- Offensive tackle
- Defensive line
Some of the players Miami could target in the draft include the following names:
Darius Rush, CB
Tucker Kraft, TE
Braeden Daniels, G
It remains to be seen who the Dolphins will target in the draft, but they have a number of options to choose from. With a returning head coach in Mike McDaniel, the Dolphins are looking to build a contender in the AFC East. The draft will be an important part of that process.