Among the many mock drafts out there, a popular pick for the Dolphins is WR Dez Bryant. I'm not sure if he fits into the Parcells-type of player but the Dolphins need a receiver and Bryant is the No. 1 receiver on most boards.
However, Armando Salguero of the Miami-Herald writes, "if things break right" the Dolphins could draft a receiver in the second round. That would likely rule out Bryant.
In an effort to get to know receivers available in the second round and beyond, the Dolphins are having a pre-draft visit with Syracuse WR Mike Williams, according to the National Football Post.
Miami’s interest in Williams doesn’t come as much of a surprise. The team has long been rumored to be in the market for a wide receiver considering the fact that their top three wideouts—Davone Bess, Ted Ginn and Greg Camarillo—combined for just three touchdown receptions in 2009.
Williams is projected to be selected sometime after the second round and could play right into the Dolphins strategy.