But they're also scheduled to work out Maryland's Darrius Heyward-Bey, according to Scout.com's Ed Thompson, and already also have worked out Ohio State's Brian Robiskie, this according to Doug Farrar of Scout.com.
Of those four players, Robiskie the only one not considered a likely first-round pick, although he has helped his stock this spring by running very fast than some observers had expected.
He's someone the Dolphins seriously would consider with their first of two second-round picks, the 44th overall.
Of the other wide receiver prospects, Harvin is the most explosive, Heyward-Bey may have the most upside, while Nicks might be the most ready to make a big impact.
Harvin is a tremendous athlete who can be used in a variety of ways, but the Dolphins already have a player like that in Ted Ginn Jr.
Nicks and Heyward-Bey both possess great size, but while Nicks runs better routes right now and probably has better hands, Heyward-Bey clearly is the better athlete of the two and also has more speed.