Round 4 Pick 102: Devontez Walker, WR, North Carolina
The Cardinals add another wide receiver in the fourth round with the selection of North Carolina’s Devontez Walker. With the selection of Walker the Cardinals would have four young wide receivers who can develop along with Kyler Murray.
Walker was limited to just seven games last year caught 41 passes for 699 yards and seven touchdowns, and quickly became Drake Maye's go-to target. As a pro prospect, he is a bigger wide receiver who is capable of making the big play averaging 17 yards a reception last year.
Round 5 Pick 136: Christian Jones, OT, Texas
The Cardinals continue to address their offensive line with the selection Christian Jones. Jones would give the team more depth at the offensive tackle spot and could be an eventual replacement for D.J. Humphries who will be 31 next year.
Christian Jones is a versatile offensive lineman who has played both right and left tackle for Texas. He is also an impressive athlete for a lineman 6-foot-6 and 321 pounds. One more positive with him is he is still new to the game of football having started playing the game as a junior in high school.
Round 5 Pick 152: Ray Davis, RB, Kentucky
One of the strongest positions on the Arizona Cardinals currently is running back as the team ranks 8th in rushing yards per game, and is averaging an impressive 4.9 yards per carry. However, James Conner has battled injuries during his career and only has one year left on his contract.
Kentucky’s Ray Davis plays a similar style of football to James Conner and has put up some pretty impressive statistics including rushing for 280 yards against Florida. He would team with Emari Demercado to give the Cardinals a good one two punch at the running back position.