29. Miami Dolphins (via San Francisco 49ers): Kenyon Green, OL, Texas A&M
The Miami Dolphins are in the news for all the wrong reasons now as Brian Flores has called out ownership for some foul practices after he was let go. They have to do all they can to handle this without letting it interfere with team building, which is easier said than done.
Here, we can look simply at the team which could be much better if someone such as Kenyon Green really does slide all the way to No. 29. Green played both tackle and guard for the Aggies and the Dolphins need help at each spot.
Chances are, he would play tackle for them, and having someone step in at that spot should help as they look to get over the hump and back into the postseason.
30. Kansas City Chiefs: Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State
In the first half of the AFC Championship Game, Tyreek Hill was a man possessed. But then in the second half, the Cincinnati Bengals slowed him down in a major way. With Hill not getting the ball, there was no one else who stepped up at receiver which is why Patrick Mahomes was unable to deliver the win.
Kansas City hopes to address that with the 30th overall pick in this mock as they bring in Chris Olave from Ohio State. Again, this class is elite at wide receiver and Olave is a steal at this point.