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Six day three wide receiver prospects to know for the Arizona Cardinals in the 2019 NFL Draft

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With the Arizona Cardinals holding the first pick in each round until the seventh round, they have a great chance to improve a number of need positions in the draft.

The other thing is, there are a number of prospects throughout each round who fit the needs for the Arizona Cardinals.

Yesterday, we looked at six receivers who could be a fit on day two of the 2019 NFL Draft for the Arizona Cardinals.

Today, it is time to look at day three prospects.

Let’s get going.

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Miles Boykin, Notre Dame - The most physically gifted wide receiver in the 2019 NFL Draft, Boykin showed out at the combine with elite physical traits. He improved each and every year at Notre Dame, but is still pretty raw as an overall receiver. If he ever reaches his ceiling we could be talking about an All Pro type. If not, he is a deep threat, big bodied, jump ball winning “X”.

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Keelan Doss, UC Davis - Doss has been on the radar of the Arizona Cardinals and the 6-2 211lbs receiver running in the mid 4.4’s at his Pro Day just means he has more of a chance to get drafted early on day three. He is a playmaker with the ball in his hands, but he also has a knack for making plays with the ball in the air.

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Jalen Hurd, Baylor - Former five star running back recruit looks like the big slot guy who can shadow and learn under Fitz for a year or two and possibly replace him. He is in the Anquan Boldin mold of tough, run after the catch type. Doesn’t understand how to use his size to his benefit yet, but has the tools to get there.

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Preston Williams, Colorado State - Another big, long and athletic wide receiver, Williams took quite the route to get to the NFL, but he is there now. He disappointed with his workouts at his Pro Day and has off field red flags, which could mean he ends up being the perfect candidate for one of those late seventh round picks.

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David Sills, West Virginia - Former quarterback prospect turned wide receiver, Sills grew in production each and every year, comes from a system that knows what Kliff Kingsbury wants in his wide receivers. Has work to do still, but could become a excellent third wide receiver down the road.

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Antoine Wesley, Texas Tech - Wesley would be a day two consideration type if he didn’t put up such bad numbers in workouts. However, what that could mean is a late round steal for the Arizona Cardinals in the big “x” department, familiar with Kingsbury and his system.