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Arizona Cardinals Mock Draft Round Up: Post Free Agency Edition

Now seems like a good time to drop some mock drafts on everyone, especially after the first few days of free agency. There's plenty of mock drafts for today and a lot of them have already changed. Defense seems to still be the primary need. I think I like Draft Tek's mock draft the best. 1st Round - Kyle Wilson, CB/PR - Boise State
Bryant McFadden was a bust free agent signing. He's better off in a reserve role; Arizona needs to find itself a new starting corner. Kyle Wilson is one of the top players available at this juncture. Round 2 - Vladimir Ducasse, OT/G, - UMass Round 3 - Jevan Snead, QB - Ole Miss
Jevan Snead is coming off a horrific junior season mired by terrible accuracy and decision-making, but to be fair, he lost his left tackle (Michael Oher) and top receiver (Mike Wallace) to the pros. Snead has some glaring flaws, but he has too much upside for the Cardinals to pass on here in the third round Round 4 - Phillip Dillard, ILB - Nebraska
It hurts that the Cardinals have to wait this long to address the inside linebacker position, but they suddenly have a lot of needs. - 1st Round - Brandon Graham, DE - Michigan

2010 NFL Mock Draft: 1st Round - Sergio Kindle, LB/DE - TCU
Adding some youth to their pass rush is something every team needs, especially to a team who?s top three pass rushers from the LB position are all 32 or older.

2010 NFL Mock Draft: Round Two - Jermaine Gresham, TE - Oklahoma


2010 NFL Mock Draft: 1st Round - Anthony Davis, OL - Rutgers
Davis is a monster and should anchor the line he goes to for years to come. He is a top 5 OL prospect in my 2010 NFL mock draft. I think he was passed over by Campbell and Williams at the 2010 NFL combine but he will still be a very good OL in the NFL. Arizona could use help up front especially with a new QB under center.

2010 NFL Mock Draft: 2nd Round - Reshad Jones, SS - Georgia
I love the size of Reshad Jones (6'2, 212 lbs.) He is a very aggressive player and is a big time hitter. I think Jones is a top 10 safety in the 2010 NFL mock draft.

2010 NFL Mock Draft: 3rd Round: Stefen Wisniewski, C - Penn State

2010 NFL Mock Draft: 4th Round - Devin McCourty, CB - Rutgers

2010 NFL Mock Draft: 5th Round - John Fletcher, DE - Wyoming


Draft Tek - 1st Round - Ricky Sapp OLB - Clemson
Sapp's right knee was pulled, prodded, felt up and down at the Combine enough to satisfy Arizona - not to mention a sub-4.7 forty, 23 reps and strong showings in the skills drills. He projects well as a hybrid in the Cardinals' defense and immediately upgrades the pass-rush.

Draft Tek - 2nd Round - Dominique Franks, CB - Oklahoma
The Cardinals moved fast to replace Rolle with Rhodes at the FS position - so now they can fill in their defensive backfield with young, fast CB's. Franks provides a "2 for 1" value at this selection, as he has excellent return capabilities to add to an already improving special teams unit.

Draft Tek - 3rd Round - Tony Pike, QB - Cin(88th pick), Marshawn Gilyard, WR - Cin(89th pick)

Draft Tek - 4th Round - Kyle Calloway OT - Iowa

Draft Tek - 6th Round - Perry Riley, ILB - LSU

Draft Tek - 7th Round - Jeron Mastrud, TE - Kansas State


2010 NFL Mock Draft - Round 1: Bruce Campbell, OT - Maryland
Bruce Campbell is a bit of a boom or bust type but that's never put the Cardinals off before. Their starting left tackle is old and uninspiring and Levi Brown has never quite looked like making the switch from the right side so Campbell makes a lot of sense for a team starting out with a new QB.