Of course, that could change if the Dolphins decide to sacrifice a pick, either this year or next year, to move up in the second round or perhaps even late into the first round.
So what's going to happen? Here's our best guess.
Several mock drafts are projecting the Dolphins taking Georgia offensive tackle Jon Stinchcomb at No. 49, and he makes a lot of sense. Or the Dolphins could trade up and grab his college teammate, fellow tackle George Foster. Or they could move up and grab Hawaii tackle Wayne Hunter.
Another possibility at No. 49 is Tennessee wideout Kelley Washington, who is a big-time talent but has questions because of a previous neck injury and a perceived me-first attitude problem. It also could be Florida State's Anquan Boldin, who has everything to be a high pick except ideal speed.
Or the Dolphins could go for a ball-hawking safety such as Bethune-Cookman's Rashean Mathis, a small-school gem who had a whopping 14 interceptions last season.
OK, so there are the possibilities. Here comes the prediction: The Dolphins will wind up with Stinchcomb after deciding the price to move up is too steep.
Trying to predict names for second-day picks is almost impossible to the point of being ridiculous, but we will tell you the Dolphins definitely will draft a safety at some point, they will draft a linebacker, they probably will take a tight end, and they also probably will add another young cornerback.