The Arizona Cardinals finished up their work with the 2015 NFL Draft. They started with eight picks, traded down once to have nine picks. Then they traded up and ended up with seven. They picked once in the first four rounds, twice in the fifth, none in the sixth and made the final selection of the draft.
Who are the picks? We've got them right here.
Round 1: Florida OT D.J. Humphries, 6-5, 307 pounds
Round 2: Missouri DE Markus Golden, 6-2, 260 pounds
Round 3: Northern Iowa RB David Johnson, 6-1, 225 pounds
Round 4: Delaware State DE Rodney Gunter, 6-5, 305 pounds
Round 5: West Virginia DE Shaq Riddick, 6-6, 260 pounds
Round 5: University of Alabama-Birmingham WR J.J. Nelson, 5-10, 156 pounds
Round 7: Louisville TE Gerald Christian, 6-3, 244 pounds
With the seven picks, they took four offensive players and three defensive players. Two (Gunter and Riddick) were not invited to the NFL Scouting Combine. Three went to small schools.
The Cardinals traded down to get Golden. They traded up to land Gunter. They selected Nelson with the extra pick they got from trading down.
Which of these seven players was your favorite pick?