With 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:
- Dion Jordan/DE/Oregon (first round/3rd overall)
- Jamar Taylor/CB/Boise State (second round/54th overall)
- Dallas Thomas/OT/Tennessee (third round/77th overall)
- Will Davis/CB/Utah State (third round/93rd overall)
- Jelani Jenkins/LB/Florida (fourth round/104th overall)
- Dion Sims/TE/Michigan State (fourth round/106th overall)
- Mike Gillislee/RB/Florida (fifth round/164th overall)
- Caleb Sturgis/K/Florida (fifth round/166th overall)
- Don Jones/DB/Arkansas State (seventh round/250th overall)
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