Well it does check off all the boxes by drafting QB, DE, and OT in the first round. Are these the right players is the question. I also expect the Dolphins to be moving up and down the draft to get the players they are targeting, too.
Pro Football Focus wrote:
5. Miami Dolphins – QB Tua Tagovailoa, Alabamahttps://www.pff.com/news/draft-2020-nfl ... -cardinals
Miami may need to trade up in April's draft to land Tagovailoa, but if the Alabama standout does fall to No. 5, the Dolphins should sprint the card in. Yes, the injury risk with Tua is a significant concern, but the reward outweighs the risk. Tagovailoa is the only quarterback in this class with back-to-back seasons of 90.0-plus PFF passing grades. He also owns two of the top 15 single-season PFF passing grades in the PFF College era (2014-19). Tagovailoa and Burrow are the only two SEC quarterbacks on the list.
18. Miami Dolphins – Edge Curtis Weaver, Boise State
Few NFL evaluators will consider Weaver a top edge defender in this class because of concerns with his underwhelming body type and athleticism. Others will make the excuse that he rarely competed against NFL-level competition. But the bottom line is that Weaver was uber-productive at the collegiate level and even maintained high-level production through injury in 2019. He enters the 2020 NFL Draft with some of the best grading we've ever seen from an edge defender and will likely remain PFF's third-ranked edge defender in the class through the draft.
26. Miami Dolphins – OT Tristan Wirfs, Iowa
Wirfs is a freakish athlete with absurd strength for the offensive tackle position. He's a smooth-moving offensive tackle with great balance and control. Arm length might be a bit of a concern at the next level, but he can instantly add value at guard, if not tackle, early in his NFL career. Both his run- and pass-blocking grades have improved every single season of his career. In his final seven games of his college career, Wirfs allowed one lone pressure.