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The window to have official top-30 visits with NFL draft prospects closes today. After today, teams cannot bring in players they want to evaluate. They are limited to 30 prospects they can fly in, take to dinner and have in the team facility.
We do not know all of the 30 players the Arizona Cardinals brought in for official visits, nor do we know if they actually held official visits for 30 players.
However, there are many prospects we know were reported as having these visits.
They are below, based on Walter Football’s list.
Arkansas WR Treylon Burks
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Burks’ visit was scheduled for this week. He is likely to be drafted in the first round.
Sam Houston WR Jequez Ezzard
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Ezzard came in earlier this week. He probably will go undrafted.
Cincinnati RB Jerome Ford
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Ford reportedly was scheduled for a visit. John Gambadoro said it didn’t happen, although he is still listed at Walter Football as having had one. He is likely a Day 2 pick.
Texas A&M OL Kenyon Green
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Green came in for a visit earlier this month. He is expected to be drafted in the first or early second round.
Montana State DE Daniel Hardy
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Hardy was in for his official visit earlier this month. He will likely go undrafted.
Florida State EDGE Jermaine Johnson
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Johnson is expected to be an early-to-mid first-round selection. He came in earlier in April.
Colorado State DT Manny Jones
We did not write about Jones. He is probably going to go undrafted.
Purdue EDGE George Karlaftis
Karlaftis is expected to be a first-round pick. Many mock drafts have him going right around where the Cardinals pick. He came in for his official visit earlier in April.
Coastal Carolina TE Isaiah Likely
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Likely is a Day 2 or Day 3 prospect. He scheduled his visit a while back but had it this week.
UAB TE Gerrit Prince
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Prince is likely a potential priority free agent for the Cardinals should he go undrafted, although they do have three picks in the seventh round. Prince had his official visit.
Alabama RB Brian Robinson
Robinson visited the Cardinals earlier this month. He is probably going to be drafted on Day 2 or Day 3.
Cincinnati EDGE Myjai Sanders
This visit was not one we wrote about on Cards Wire. Sanders is an undersized pass rusher the Cardinals could look at on Day 3.
South Dakota State RB Pierre Strong
Strong visited the Cardinals earlier in the month. He is a potential Day 2-Day 3 prospect with great speed.
Alabama WR Jameson Williams
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The Cardinals reportedly had a visit scheduled with Williams. That was refused locally by Arizona Sports’ John Gambadoro.