For the sixth time since becoming the general manager of the Arizona Cardinals, Steve Keim has filled his draft class.
Meet the 2018 Arizona Cardinals Draft Picks:
Round 1 Pick 10 - Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA: Rosen is the name that will be tied to the overall thought of this class. Steve Keim made the move up to draft the quarterback for his franchise and with it, set the Cardinals up for not just the future, but maybe the immediate.
Round 2 Pick 15 - Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M: The Cardinals were in desperate need of wide receiver help, they got it in the form of local high school product Kirk. Kirk is a dynamic slot receiver who looks to have the ability to line up inside or outside and is dangerous with the ball in his hands, no matter where he is on the field.
Round 3 Pick 33 - Mason Cole, OL, Michigan: The Michigan Man, Cole was a four-year starter at Michigan with 52 straight starts under his belt. He has played both left tackle and center, but projects inside in the NFL. Cole only had one year at center, but that is likely where he’ll earn his stripes in Arizona.
Round 4 Pick 34 - Chase Edmonds, RB, Fordham: The Cardinals made a statement with the pick of Edmonds. They wanted an offensive overhaul, that includes a running back room that looked full. Edmonds was a standout in the FCS and had some of the best numbers at the combine in the three-cone and short shuttle.
Round 6 Pick 8 - Chris Campbell, CB, Penn State: Big, long corner with room to grow, he looks ideal to play in Wilks zone scheme as he grows into the speed of the NFL game.
Round 7 Pick 36 - Korey Cunningham, OT, Cincinnati: Athletic, big and physical, Cunningham is the perfect Hail Mary in the seventh round. He looks the part, but needs refinement, something offensive line coach Ray Brown specializes in.
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