Likelihood of the Dolphins using a pick at the position: Unless the Dolphins find themselves staring at a prospect rated much higher than the draft spot at the time, the likelihood is the Dolphins will not be picking a safety in this draft.
The top prospects: 1. Louis Delmas, Western Michigan; 2. Patrick Chung, Oregon; 3. William Moore, Missouri; 4. Chip Vaughn, Wake Forest; 5. Darcel McBath, Texas Tech; 6. Rashad Johnson, Alabama; 7. Michael Hamlin, Clemson; 8. David Bruton, Notre Dame; 9. Emanuel Cook, South Carolina; 10. Chris Clemons, Clemson
Summary: Just like it's not a great year for cornerbacks, the same certainly holds true at safety. Unless you count Ohio State cornerback Malcolm Jenkins at that position — if that's where he ends up in the NFL — there's not a first-round pick in the group. Among the top prospects at safety, perhaps the most intriguing is Moore, who looked like a big-time prospect as a junior but had a disappointing senior season.
Sleepers: Colt Anderson, Montana; Dre'Mail Hardin, Stillman; Allen Nelson, McNeese State