#14, Miami Dolphins - Eric Kendricks (ILB, UCLA)
The Dolphins' biggest need is WR but with [Amari] Cooper, [Kevin] White and [DeVante] Parker all off the board they'll look to fill a different hole on their roster. Kendricks is viewed by many as the best ILB in this draft and I agree. He has great instincts, he's one of the surest tacklers in this draft and he's also very good in coverage. Miami would LOVE to add this guy to their defensive front and he could have a Strong impact immediately. The presence of Suh in front of him would allow Kendricks to rack up tackles in bunches don't be surprised to see him around that 150 tackle mark as a Rookie for the Phins.
I've seen the Kendricks pick a couple places for Miami, but it certainly feels awfully need-heavy. I've seen plenty of mocks, including the SB Nation NFL Blogger Mock, that had the Fins going after a RB as was the case with Kevin Nogle from the Phinsider taking Georgia RB Todd Gurley. Having signed Ndamukong Suh to a long-term contract in free agency, I'd argue the Dolphins are in a good position in the 2015 NFL Draft's first round to just take the top of their board. They're young, they've got enough holes across the roster and they're in a competitive division. It's not quite the Rams and the NFC West, but it's similar enough that they can't afford to pigeonhole themselves early on in the draft.