Literally coming up with this on the spot right now...
1.8 to the Eagles for 1.15, 2.51
2.42, 5.145, future 5th round pick to the Bucs for 2.36
Brian Hartline to the Jaguars for 6.176
It's hard to predict a trade down from 8, cause I can't see many teams looking to trade up. However, if Tannehill is there and we don't want him, I've heard a few people say the Eagles might be interested in making a move for him. If those sources are wrong, I could possibly even see them moving up to get Fletcher Cox, since they are in need of a DT imo and with the very few needs that team has + the fact that I think Cox is by far the best DT prospect available, they might move up...who knows though.
As for the 2nd trade, I feel like we might just move up a few spots to ensure drafting Alshon Jeffery, rather than him possibly being taken by the Browns. Plus, I don't want this front office with a 5th round pick. I just know it will be a safety.
After drafting Chris Givens, I figured we would try and move Hartline and try and pick up something for him. A 6th round pick seems reasonable.
1.15- DE, Nick Perry. It's probably a reach and ideally I'd like to move down into the 20s, but it's going to be hard to move down and Perry is without a doubt the best pass rushing DE in my opinion. Reminds me of another Cam Wake. We need to get Wake help on the opposite side and give us an insurance incase Wake doesn't get a new contract by next year. DE, is probably our biggest need over all even though I think we need to focus heavily on offense.
2.36- WR, Alshon Jeffery. How smart would this front office look if they replace Brandon Marshall, with a close of himself, minus the $14mil contract and minus the Bi-polar disorder?
2.51- QB, Brock Osweiler. Probably my favorite QB prospect after Luck/RG3. I think he would fit perfectly in our WC offense. As much as I love Brandon Weeden and as much as I could care less about his age (I still think he's going to be a hell of an NFL QB), I would like to get younger on offense as we increase talent, so we can potentially build an offense that can dominate for many years. But, since we are the Miami Dolphins, that probably won't happen.
3.72- WR, Chris Givens. Got some speed to him, as well as decent size. imo, a solid replacement for Hartline. A few years younger with more upside and I like Givens in a spread, WC offense. Givens lit up Jayron Hosely last year, including torching him on one bomb. In all honesty, I don't see us being a contender for another couple seasons and I wouldn't even mind starting the season with a rookie at QB (Osweiler) and two starting rookie WRs (Jeffery, Givens). Would be kind of interesting. Although, I'd still like to see Matt Moore start.
3.73- CB, Chase Minnifield. I realize he didn't have a blazing 40 time and he came in smaller than most people expected, but that doesn't take away from the fact that he is a freakish athlete and has some of the best coverage skills in this draft. I don't understand how he went from an early 2nd projection (I actually had him going in the 1st in all my mocks) to a 3rd-4th round projection. Give me this guy and have a 3 way competition between SS24, Jimmy Wilson, and Minnifield for the other starting CB job.
4.103- RB, Cyrus Gray. I like this guy a lot. I'm telling you all, Reggie Bush is not going to repeat what he did last year. Not with this O-line. I still want to see him used more at WR also and see more of D.Thomas and then a guy like Gray spelling him, with Bush getting 10 carries a game or so but being focused more as a receiver.
6.176- OG, Rishaw Johnson. Just some depth help on the O-line.
6. 196- TE, Chase Ford. Some more competition at TE. Has to be better than at least Mastrud or Yeatman right?
7th round pick (idk the number)- OT, Joe Long. Why not?