I would not pick Tua. Putting him behind what passes for an offensive line on the present team would be setting up a shooting gallery in our own backfield. The offensive line needs rebuilding. The defense also needs more than a little help. We have a goodly number of draft picks with which these two areas can begin to be addressed. More than likely, we are not going to win the division next year even with good additions in this draft and FA. But, if the O-line play and defensive play improves, we can find a QB later without worrying as much about him looking like a smashed squash in the backfield...... I know, I know, I am as tired of the Dolphins looking like refugees from the Old XFL as the rest of you - and I am 70. But forcing a brand new quarterback into a shooting gallery is NOT the way to success. Putting the rest of the team into some semblance of 'good' and then finding a QB to fit is the more likely to succeed in the long run than putting an already small QB behind what we have for an O-line [58 sacks last year!].