The focus should now turn entirely to defense for the next few rounds as Miami needs to find starters and depth players due to health issues at several positions.
2nd SELECTION: Carlos Watkins, DT, Clemson
Miami has too great a need for defensive tackle help to simply turn over the position to Jordan Phillips. Watkins is very good at stopping the run and in 2016 had 13.5 tackles for losses. That is a lot of production from a player that will see single blocking next to Ndamukong Suh.
Watkins will rotate with Phillips but if he can show a high degree of consistency he would beat out Phillips for snap counts.
Other options: Takkarist McKinley of UCLA would be a very good pick for the Dolphins at defensive end. The issue here is that he would be rotational behind Branch or Wake and is similar to both in that he is primarily a pass rusher. McKinley is not as good at stopping the run and needs to improve in that area.