- James Walker, ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter
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Vaccaro is widely considered the top safety prospect in this year's draft and a likely top-20 selection. Miami holds the No. 12 overall pick in the first round.
Safety is not a huge need for the Dolphins after they re-signed starter Chris Clemons in free agency. Clemons and Reshad Jones are a decent tandem, but Vaccaro would bring more playmaking ability than Clemons, and certainly a higher ceiling.
Vaccaro also is versatile and can cover receivers in the slot, which makes him valuable to a lot of teams. The Dolphins were ranked 27th in pass defense last season, allowing 248.4 yards per game.
The Miami Dolphins are scheduled to meet with University of Texas safety Kenny Vaccaro before the NFL draft, a source tells ESPN.com's AFC East blog.Vaccaro is widely considered the top safety prospect in this year's draft and a likely top-20 selection.