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Arizona Cardinals should be excited about the offensive line group at the 2020 Senior Bowl

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The obsession with drafting an offensive linemen in the top ten is reaching a fever pitch, yet there is a good chance the team does not see the line as a glaring need worthy of a top ten pick.

Instead, they could be looking into the future, something they have struggled with in the Steve Keim era and find the right players to continue to move forward in a positive direction of the offensive line.

Meaning, on day two could the Cardinals find a couple of guys that could take over for a franchised D.J. Humphries, an older J.R. Sweezy or supplant in talent a Justin Murray in 2021?

This group has some talent.

Here are some names to watch.

Matt Peart, OT, UConn - The bubbling hot bed of Connecticut for NFL prospects is going to have a great chance this week to up his stock. People I trust have told me that Peart is going to be a name that starts to rise after Senior Bowl week, when the fans and analyst catch up to what the the NFL thinks of the talented 6-7 303lbs tackle.

Trey Adams, OT, Washington - A day two talent with an undrafted free agent injury history is going to be one to watch at the Senior Bowl. If teams are happy with his medicals, the 6-8 314lbs tackle could be a name to watch.

Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn - The 6-7 305lbs Wanogho is an athlete that has done some work in the running game of Auburn. He has a ton of athleticism and length, that makes him incredibly interesting at 40, knowing he can marinate for a year if the Cardinals bring back Humphries and Murray.

Lloyd Cushenberry III, OL, LSU - An interior offensive lineman who stood up tall in a talented SEC and was the anchor of a great offensive line. The 6-4 315lbs Cushenberry is someone who moves well and could be a nice fit at either guard or center.

Josh Jones, OT, Houston - The name to watch. Jones is a guy who will likely be taken in the first round, and with his size and athleticism, and his talent in pass pro already, he could be the name that the masses are surprised to hear called early in Las Vegas during the draft.