After three rounds, the Arizona Cardinals ended up with one of the three quarterbacks to get day one grades from me, and a day two wide receiver on day two.
They nabbed a round four center in round three, but technically it is really round four.
Here is the updated Arizona Cardinals Big Board:
Positions removed so far: quarterbacks (got it), offensive guard (no more I graded highly) and center (got it).
We are dangerously close to running out of defensive linemen and inside linebackers.
The best players left on my board (Not including Maurice Hurst).
Tony Brown, CB, Alabama - Brown is a talented, physical nickel corner and special teams ace. He was a complete star at the combine and was a dynamic playmaker on the backend for the talented Bama defense.
R.J. McIntosh, DL, Miami - Undersized, explosive defensive tackle or defensive end in a base 4-3 defense. Mcintosh is falling because... He should not have come out, pretty simple.
Josey Jewell, LB, Iowa - Throwback inside linebacker, who didn’t show the requisite speed to be a starter in the NFL, but he is just a physical hammer in the middle. For the Cardinals, who may need a pure inside backer to help their new 4-3 alignment, he could be a nice fit. Or, he could be a special teams ace.