Round six: Build up the special teams.
The sixth round is a time when teams add depth and special teamers, or when they take shots on under-the-radar players. For the Cardinals, I’d go with the former rather than the later and take some athletic special teamers or higher floor depth options.
The Cardinals have been busy reshaping the depth of a roster that didn’t do so hot in 2018 — a trend in which they can continue in this round.
What do I mean by that? Well that means targeting athletic freaks such as the pictured Zedrick Woods would certainly be a nice special-teams gunner, and massive tight end Zach Gentry Michigan could be a nice depth piece with a high floor, low ceiling due to his 6-foot-8, 265-pound frame.
Or, they could decline to go conservative and trade their two sixth rounders to get a faller in the fifth round. Either way, it’s pretty tough to screw this round up. However, expectations are low but that doesn’t mean Keim should go crazy and reach for a good story, instead, he should add obvious special-team or depth talent. Because, at the end of the day, you’re only as good as your depth.