Likelihood of the Dolphins using a pick at the position: At halfback, the only way the Dolphins would consider using a draft pick is if they somehow decided to trade either Williams or Brown. Short of that, the Dolphins should start the season with the same group that ended last season. At fullback, maybe the Dolphins would consider an upgrade over Polite in the blocking department, but it's not considered much of a priority.
The top prospects: Halfbacks — 1. Knowshon Moreno, Georgia; 2. Chris "Beanie" Wells, Ohio State; 3. Shonn Greene, Iowa; 4. LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh; 5. Donald Brown, UConn; 6. Andre Brown, N.C. State; 7. Rashad Jennings, Liberty; 8. Javon Ringer, Michigan State; 9. Cedric Peerman, Virginia; 10. Jeremiah Johnson, Oregon; Fullbacks — 1. Tony Fiammetta, Syracuse; 2. Quinn Johnson, LSU; 3. Brannan Southerland, Georgia
Summary: It's not a great year for halfbacks, and there's some debate as to whether the slick Moreno or the bruising Wells is the best prospect. Either way, there's no slam-dunk, can't-miss prospect at the position. There's some depth at the position, thanks to the two Browns, Greene and Ringer. At fullback, Fiammetta stands out, but there's no big-time prospect who's going to get himself drafted in the middle rounds.