KeeSean Johnson, WR
On paper, the numbers are very good for the sixth-round pick out of Fresno State. He had 95 receptions last season for the Bulldogs. Those receptions translated into 1,340-yards and eight touchdowns.
The worry here is his transition to the NFL. There is a reason he fell down to the 174th overall pick. Scouts say they worry about his ability to play quick on the inside.
He’s got good size and good hands but the ability to be a speed threat is very much in question, especially deep. In Kliff Kingsbury’s offense, would his speed limit him?
There is also concern about his ability to run proper routes consistently. That has been something that has dogged other young receivers the Cardinals have drafted recently, such as Chad Williams.
That’s a different story and in a different system. Many see Johnson making the team but he could be an odd man out if he can’t show he can adapt to the pro game as quickly as others.