56. Mike Pouncey, C, Dolphins
With the addition of rookie Laremy Tunsil, Miami now has four first-round picks on its line, and Pouncey is probably the best of the bunch. Despite foot and hip injuries, the fifth-year man from Florida continued his overall excellence when he was able to play, and he’ll be a key part of the offense under new head coach Adam Gase. In 788 snaps last season, he allowed just half a sack and had just two penalties. There are few at his position in the NFL who combine drive-blocking and movement into such a formidable package.