2024 1st round pick #4 is Marvin Harrison Jr

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Guy was so close. All he needed was to replace Moore with Dortch. Sad!

Since BJ wears #18 change Marvelous Marv to the reverse of it, #81.

Been pretty magical number with the franchise.
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Monti should take the 18 jersey out of Beej’s locker and put it in MHJ’s for the socials.

Beej can wear 8 for the number of pressures his rookie year.
 

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Loved what Joel Klatt said on NFLN. Three years ago he asked the 3 elite Buckeye receivers (NGB, Garrett Wilson. Chris Olave) who the best receiver was and they pointed over to freshman MHJ. Brian Hartline the OSU receivers coach said MHJ is the best receiver he's ever coached.

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Round 1, No. 4 overall: Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State

My take: In a lot of ways, staying at No. 4 and drafting Harrison was the only way to go for the Cardinals. They needed a true WR1 who could have an immediate impact on the offense, and Harrison is that guy. He'll give quarterback Kyler Murray an elite target to round out as good of an offensive core as the Cardinals have had in years. The Cardinals saw a glimpse of what their offense could be late in the season and adding Harrison to that mix could be the missing ingredient.

Will he start as a rookie?: Yes. He'll enter the offseason program as the Cardinals' WR1 and will be be the X receiver from Day 1. He will work the boundary for Drew Petzing's offense, utilizing his size and hands to maneuver along the sideline.

Is this pick for depth or does it fill a hole?: It fills a massive hole for the Cardinals, who haven't had a true WR1 since DeAndre Hopkins and a great young receiver since Larry Fitzgerald 20 years ago. Offensively, Harrison will be a threat one-on-one but will also command enough attention from defenses that Arizona's other receiving threats -- Michael Wilson, Trey McBride and Greg Dortch, among others -- will instantly benefit.

 

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