Round 4 114 - Douglas Jamil - OG Pick Analysis: Douglas brings some versatility to a Dolphins offensive line that saw its struggles in 2014. He is best suited to play inside in the NFL and could develop into a solid pass protector for the Dolphins. --Mark Dulgerian Round 5 145 - Bobby McCain - CB Pick Analysis: Miami lands a high ceiling slot corner with this pick. McCain is on the smaller side but he's tough as nails and displays the ball skills to capitalize on errant throws. --Mark Dulgerian 149 - Jay Ajayi - RB Pick Analysis: Miami needed running back depth and they got a potential steal in the 5th round. Ajayi slipped due to serious knee concerns, but if he stays healthy he can be a 18-25 carry back in the NFL. The Dolphins got a potential replacement for Lamar Miller, who's in a contract year. --Mark Dulgerian 150 - Cedric Thompson - FS Pick Analysis: Thompson showed great range at free safety in college and should benefit from learning behind Louis Delmas, who is in a contract year and coming off ACL surgery. --Mark Dulgerian 156 - Tony Lippett - WR - Dolphins have announced him as CB. Pick Analysis: Lippett is an intriguing football player who started at both corner and wide receiver for Michigan State last season. He projects better at receiver where he uses his length and ball skills to make plays downfield. Don't count him out as a depth defensive back, either. --Mark Dulgerian So that's the draft for Miami - looking pretty good EXCEPT no Linebackers.