Likelihood of the Dolphins using a pick at the position: Tony Sparano said last year the process of building an offensive line never ends, so the Dolphins always will be on the lookout for prospects up front. The reality, though, is there are more pressing at a lot of different places, so we wouldn't expect a high pick to be spent on a guard or center.
The top prospects: 1. C Alex Mack, California; 2. C/G Max Unger, Oregon; 3. G Duke Robinson, Oklahoma; 4. C Eric Wood, Louisville; 5. G Herman Johnson, LSU; 6. G Kraig Urbik, Wisconsin; 7. C Antoine Caldwell, Alabama; 8. G Andy Levitre, Oregon State; 9. C Jonathan Luigs, Arkansas; G Trevor Canfield, Cincinnati
Summary: It's a rare occurrence when the quality of the center class outshines that at guard, but that's exactly what is happening this year. It's really a great year for centers, with as many as four projected to get drafted before the end of Round 2. The quality isn't so good at guard, where there's no first-round prospect and a lot of question marks.
Sleepers: G Roger Allen, Missouri Western; C Cecil Newton, Tennessee State