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Meet The Dolphins’ 2013 Draft Class
By on April 27, 2013 at 8:11 pm

jordan 4With plenty of picks at his disposal, Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland was able to remain aggressive during the draft, pulling off three trades, including one that allowed the team to move up to select Dion Jordan with the third overall pick.

Meet the nine-man 2013 Dolphins Draft class:


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jackdipper21 says:

Jeff and Joe did everything they could to sure-up the holes with this draft and free agents. I like the Caleb Sturgis pick. Carpenter has become weaker each of the last two years. The defense will be soooo strong this year they’ll need a nickname. MY offering is The Bottlenose Beasts. I will look so forward to my first live look at this team against the Falcons. Gooooo Fins!

CaliFinFan19 says:

Year in and year out I get so tired of reading Cohen’s and other Doplhin reports of how great are draft class was. This year particularly 3rd (especially our 3rd pic). I know they have to promote the Dolphins, but aren’t also required to report subjectively? I personally thought this was our worst drafting class in years. Ireland had done so well in FA imo but this draft was totally botched. All those pics and this was the best we could do? I hesitated to post here but after doing some research and finding most experts gave the Fins a C- grade for the draft, I figured it was time to speak up. All I ask is call it the way it is guys and don’t blow smoke up our a**.

Jake Skyles says:

I think we needed to get a wide receiver. We seem to ignore this position year in and year out.

cperez31_2004@yahoo.com says:

The Dolphins should go after Tim Tebow!!

JEANYSANCHEZ says:

yeah me too! Dolphins needs Tim Tebow!

rsanto20 says:

Are you serious? He is a joke! How would he be used? He would be a waist of a roster spot. That would be the worst thing Miami could do!!

Ken Kerrigan says:

I think we waisted a pick on a kicker. they can be easily found through other opitions