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Arizona Cardinals get intriguing defensive line prospect in Cam Murray

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The final of the four undrafted free agents the Arizona Cardinals signed was an intriguing athlete along the defensive line in Cam Murray from Oklahoma State.

Let’s get to know him.

Oklahoma State defensive lineman Cam Murray (6-2, 294) started all 11 games last season and led the team’s defensive tackles with 22 tackles while also having six tackles for loss and 3.0 sacks. He played in 42 games at Oklahoma State and finished his career with 62 tackles (33 solo), 8.0 sacks, 14 tackles for loss and three passes defensed. A Bryant, AR native, Murray was a three-time All-Big-12 Academic selection while also being named the 2019 recipient of school’s “Barry Sanders Award” for the most contribution with the least recognition.

Murray is a bit of a conundrum. He has shorter arms, isn’t an explosive athlete, but he is continually competing and in position. He has the ability to make plays, but more than that is he sets up his teammates to make plays, something important along the defensive line.

Welcome to the desert, Cam.