41: Creed Humphrey, C, Oklahoma
One of the top center prospects in this draft, Miami would be getting a steal by taking Davis and Humphrey this close to one another. Miami is in need of a top-quality center since Ted Karras was just alright last season.
With the Humphrey selection, Miami would be getting an interior lineman who is more than solid and could be the final piece of this two-year overhaul of the offensive line. This would allow Miami to move on from Ted Karras and put together a line that can protect Tagovailoa for the next decade, assuming all of the picks pans out.
50: Javonte Williams, RB, UNC
After passing on a couple of running backs earlier in this mock draft, Miami has finally pulled the trigger on a back that is capable of providing a spark out of the backfield.
Williams doesn’t have the same pedigree or status as Najee Harris or Travis Etienne, but he is widely regarded as a top prospect going into this draft season. He has a ton of physical traits that are perfectly complementary to what Myles Gaskin brings to the table and his ability to break tackles is like no other back coming out in this year’s class.
Williams may not be available at 50, but with the way this board fell, Miami was able to more than likely get a steal in the middle of the second round.