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NFL Mock Draft 1.0 Picks 22-32, Miami Dolphins Take OL?

Eric Roddy and Scott Gallimore finish up the first round of their Mock Draft. Who will the Miami Dolphins take at 22nd overall?

22. Miami DolphinsForrest Lamp, OL, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers

Roddy: "The Dolphins add an immediate starter to the interior of the offensive line, despite multiple needs on defense. Lamp is the best overall lineman, and versatile. He can play outside or inside."

23. New York Giants: David Njoku, TE, Miami (Fl) Hurricanes

Gallimore: "The Giants have done well in FA, added Brandon Marshall. Njoku would piece the offense together nicely, and would add another valuable pass-catcher to take attention away from Odell.

24. Oakland Raiders: Raekwon McMillan, LB, Ohio State Buckeyes

Roddy: "The Raiders need to get better on defense, and find the talented McMillan available here. He can play inside or out, and can rush the passer."

25. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Houston Texans): Budda Baker, S, Washington Huskies

Gallimore: "The Bucs need a cover safety to play behind a solid front seven. Baker is that guy."

26. Seattle Seahawks: Ryan Ramczyk, OT, Wisconsin Badgers

Roddy: "Despite his injury, the Seahawks desperately needs tackles to protect Russell Wilson. Ramczyk does just that when healthy."

27. Kansas City Chiefs: Tre'Davious White, CB, LSU Tigers

Gallimore: "The Chiefs lack a strong corner opposite Marcus Peters. Opposing QBs won't be able to find a weak spot in the secondary with this problem addressed."

28. Dallas Cowboys: Charles Harris, DE, Missouri Tigers

Roddy: "The Randy Gregory experiment has left the Cowboys in desperate need of a pass rusher, and Harris has the best spin move in the draft. This is great value this late in the first round."

29. Green Bay Packers: T.J. Watt, OLB, Wisconsin Badgers

Gallimore: "Hometown hero T.J. Watt will hopefully provide much needed energy to a defense needing help just about everywhere."

30. Pittsburgh Steelers: Taco Charlton, DE, Michigan Wolverines

Roddy: "The Steelers could not pressure Tom Brady last year in the AFC Championship, and turn to the 6-foot-6, 277 pound Charlton to fix this problem in 2017."

31. Atlanta Falcons: Takkarist McKinley, OLB, UCLA Bruins

Gallimore: "The Falcons have interest at linebacker, and McKinley could make an impact on day one."

32. New Orleans Saints (from New England Patriots): Jordan Willis, DE, Kansas State Wildcats

Roddy: "The Patriots net maybe their best deep threat in Brandin Cooks since the Randy Moss days and the Saints get much needed help on the front lines. Willis is extremely consistent and rushes the passer as well as he defends the run. He will be a great addition opposite Cameron Jordan."

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