8 draft prospects at the East-West Shrine Bowl who can help the Arizona Cardinals in 2024

There are quite a few draft prospects playing in the 2024 East-West Shrine Bowl who the Arizona Cardinals should be interested in.
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7 - Tahj Washington, WR/USC

Another smallish receiver who spent his final three seasons playing at the University of Southern California. While Washington wasn’t overly productive with the Trojans, he still managed 163 catches in three years, 2,449 yards, and 15 touchdowns, making him a potential prospect to take a flier on in the late rounds. 

8 - Beanie Bishop, CB/West Virginia

If there is one corner playing in the East-West Shrine Game the Arizona Cardinals must add to their draft board, it’s Beanie Bishop. He enjoyed a stellar 2023 season for the Mountaineers that included 20 pass breakups, four interceptions for 86 return yards, plus 67 total tackles, showing that, despite his smaller size of 5’10, 184 lbs, he’s willing to be physical. 

Overall, there are many other prospects, including quite a few from small schools who the Cardinals could also seriously consider if they enjoy a strong showing. But the eight listed above have risen a few notches further than everyone else at this point.


(Statistics provided by College-Football-Reference and ESPN.com)