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Arizona Cardinals 2017 NFL Draft Prospect Vote: Mike Williams or Corey Davis

What prospect do you prefer for the Arizona Cardinals?

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With the 2017 NFL Draft now 18 days away, I thought it would be fun to introduce a daily poll of prospects.

That means, every day, two prospects will be pit against one another, from the same position, to figure out which 18 prospects the Arizona Cardinals fans prefer the most at pick 13.

The idea is that if we have 18, we should have a good shot at getting one on draft day.

Some will double up, quarterback, some will be names you aren’t sure about, and some will be hard decisions.

Let’s get started with two wide receivers who could potentially be gone by 13... Or could last until the end of the first round.

Mike Williams: The 6-4 218lbs Williams has shown the ability to take over the game. He is deft at moving down the field, shielding defenders from the ball, and making plays.

His weaknesses lie in his route running and ability to create separation within his routes, but his ability to win contested catches makes him a favorite of many in this draft.

Pro Player Comparison:
Best Case - Alshon Jeffery
Worst Case - Michael Floyd

Corey Davis: Davis is the 6-3 209lbs small conference dominator. Davis has put up consistently huge numbers at Western Michigan and carried the Broncos offense, despite being the focal point. He is a savvy route runner, who understands how to use his body and to create separation consistently.

The questions on Davis will be how athletic is he and can he be a number one?

Pro Player Comparison:
Best Case: Brandon Marshall
Worst Case: Bryant Johnson

Who would you want if the Cardinals picked one at 13?


Which WR do you prefer?

This poll is closed

  • 39%
    Mike Williams
    (109 votes)
  • 60%
    Corey Davis
    (169 votes)
278 votes total Vote Now