Captain of Team Murray
- Jul 21, 2002
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- Orange County, CA
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Will Anderson was gone so I traded down with the Colts. There should be some competition for the third pick, so I walked away with three picks for moving down one slot and taking the player I would have taken at #3 anyway.
Carter immediately becomes the Cardinals defensive building block. He's a player that will demand blocking scheme attention immediately, freeing up the other young Cardinals front seven players.
Round two the Cardinals take Lukas Van Ness. He's a big kid who you can move around. Similar to Cam Thomas but more talented. A front seven with Zach Allen, Jalen Carter, Lukas Van Ness, Cam Thomas, and Myjai Sanders can get after the passer.
Next up with the Colts pick, the Cardinals select O'Cyrus Torrence who should start immediately. Big guy who moves well. Turn on his tape against Jalen Carter and you'll see he held his own and is pretty talented in his own right.
Garrett Williams is only available here because he is coming off an ACL tear, but he is extremely talented. Tough, physical, aggressive corner with decent length.
I know Mims isn't the biggest receiver, but he is a great value at this point. Shifty and has long speed.
Evans brings more talent to the RB room and should play regularly as a third down back. Talented player that didn't get enough PT in college, so he has plenty of tread.
Herbig is a playmaking LB with speed. Good teams draft a bevy of ILBs in the mid rounds and develop them. Herbig has the athletic profile and has made a ton of plays as a pass rusher and in coverage.
Hayes is a former TE who moved over to the OL and started at LT for Michigan. He's not a great athlete, but he's played a ton and should be a solid swing tackle, or a guard convert.
Schoonmaker will be a plus blocker and capable, yet underwhelming receiver in the NFL. I'm looking at him as a TE2/TE3 long term. He's the extra TE you bring in to block.
Moro Ojomo isn't a big space eaters, but he should be a capable backup DT in a 3-4. He produced solid pass rush numbers last year.