The Arizona Cardinals have their 2016 NFL Draft class. Now it is time to grade it. While some of you will find it absurd to grade players who have yet to take the field, we can think of it as a reaction to the players and their fit or their potential impact on the team.
SB Nation's Dan Kadar liked what the Cardinals did and gave them a solid grade -- a B-. It isn't an A and it isn't a bad grade. It is a reasonably okay grade. Most people would be happy with it, while those with the highest expectations would be disappointed.
The Cardinals took a high-risk, high-reward player in the first round in Robert Nkemdiche. It's a good landing spot for him thanks to Arizona's strong locker room. If he works out, they got a Darnell Dockett-like player. Boehm is a technician at center who should push to start as a rookie for the Cardinals. He's a great help blocker and enters the NFL with a lot of experience. Fifth-round pick Cole Toner can play right or left tackle. He has solid athleticism and will make for a nice backup with starting potential. There were a lot of small-school corners taken in this draft, and the Cardinals got one of the best ones in Harlan Miller in the sixth round. It was a little surprising to see the Cardinals avoid a quarterback.
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