The Dolphins picked up even more assets for the 2020 draft when they traded down in the second round of the 2019 draft Friday night.
To move down from 48th overall to 62nd, the Dolphins picked up a second-round pick in 2020 from the New Orleans Saints, as well as a sixth-round pick. They also gave the Saints a fourth-round choice this year.
The Dolphins now have 11 selections for 2020, one in every round along with extra selections in the second, fourth, sixth and seventh rounds.
The extra picks came as the result of trades involving Ryan Tannehill (fourth), Robert Quinn (sixth) and Jordan Lucas (seventh).
The Dolphins also are likely to pick up at least one compensatory pick as the result of net free agency losses, with one pick expected to be a third-round selection for the departure of tackle Ja’Wuan James to the Denver Broncos.