Arizona Cardinals: Combine week seven-round 2020 NFL Mock Draft

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With combine week finally here, it’s time to look at a possible draft scenario for the Arizona Cardinals.

With combine week beginning, people are really starting to get into draft mode. Football fans all over the country are getting to know prospects their team could possibly select in April. These prospects, who are all reporting to the NFL Combine this week, have shown their talents on the football field for three to four years at their colleges with the hope of getting to be on an NFL team; for six of those players, they will be joining the Arizona Cardinals.

The Cardinals have primary needs at wide receiver and interior defensive line. After resigning left tackle D.J. Humphries, the Cardinals have shown they don’t plan to address the tackle position in the first round and have given themselves the flexibility to address other positions at No. 8 overall.

With incredible top talent at the wide receiver position and interior defensive line, the Cardinals could select a greatly impactful player in the first two rounds at the position. Players like CeeDee Lamb, Jerry Jeudy, Derrick Brown and Javon Kinlaw all project as impactful players who will become starters for years in the NFL.

In the middle rounds, the Cardinals should still be expected to select an offensive lineman who could be a developmental player to eventually start at left tackle, or at right tackle. Players like Isaiah Wilson, Matt Peart, Ben Bartch and Prince Tega-Wanogho are names to keep an eye on for rounds two to four.

In the later rounds, expect the Cardinals to address secondary needs like linebacker or interior defensive line, or some depth needs for positions they might’ve already addressed. Take a look at a potential scenario for the Arizona Cardinals in this seven-round mock.