Another draft has come and gone for the Arizona Cardinals
And while Steve Keim has struggled to put decent talent onto the field during his tenure as Arizona Cardinals general manager, he’s hit home on his previous two first-round picks in Isaiah Simmons and Kyler Murray.
In the 2021 NFL Draft, it was clear that Keim went for his best player available as opposed to need in Round 1 with Zaven Collins, a decorated outside linebacker who can kick inside with the Cardinals, despite marginal competition he faced at Tulsa.
Keim went the need route in Round 2 by snagging the productive Rondale Moore. Undersized and injury-prone, Moore’s production is off-the-charts when healthy. A bit of a risk, but one well worth taking considering his production.
The Cardinals had five picks on Day 3, many of which filled either a need or hold immense potential. So, did Keim draft future contributors for the Cardinals? Or, will the following class be playing somewhere else if anywhere five years from today. Keep reading to find out more.