2018 NFL Draft: Get to know every new member of the Arizona Cardinals
Quarterback Josh Rosen -- first round (10th overall): The 6-foot-4, 218-pound Rosen threw 59 touchdowns and 26 interceptions during his three seasons at UCLA. He was a Freshman All-American and the Pac-12 Freshman Offensive Player of the Year in 2015. (Getty Images)Photo by: Sean M. Haffey
2018 NFL Draft: Get to know every new member of the Arizona Cardinals
Josh Rosen is considered by some experts to be the best pure passer in this year's NFL Draft. Per NFL.com, "Josh Rosen's footwork and mechanics make him as pretty a quarterback as you will find in this year's draft," but "the biggest concern with Rosen is that his on-field success requires many elements to stay on schedule." (Getty Images)Photo by: Ronald Martinez
2018 NFL Draft: Get to know every new member of the Arizona Cardinals
Wide receiver Christian Kirk -- second round (47th overall): The 5-foot-11 Kirk returns home after playing college football at Texas A&M. He was a star at Saguaro High School in Scottsdale and was the 2014 Gatorade High School Player of the Year in Arizona. (Getty Images)Photo by: Streeter Lecka
2018 NFL Draft: Get to know every new member of the Arizona Cardinals
Christian Kirk caught 234 passes for 2,856 yards and 26 touchdowns in three seasons at Texas A&M. He will join former Saguaro teammate and former ASU running back/wide receiver D.J. Foster on the Cardinals' roster. (Getty Images)Photo by: Butch Dill
2018 NFL Draft: Get to know every new member of the Arizona Cardinals
Per his NFL draft profile, Christian Kirk "is a well-built, mentally tough slot target whose game is built around pace more than explosiveness. His lack of speed and length make him less likely to impact games down the field, but his footwork, route tempo and hands should give him an opportunity to find catches underneath." (Getty Images)Photo by: Ronald Martinez
2018 NFL Draft: Get to know every new member of the Arizona Cardinals
Mason Cole grew up in Tarpon Springs, Florida, where he attended East Lake High School. He was the No. 5 overall center in the 2018 draft, according to ESPN. (Getty Images)Photo by: Joe Robbins
2018 NFL Draft: Get to know every new member of the Arizona Cardinals
Running back Chase Edmonds -- fourth round (134th overall): The 5-foot-9, 205-pound Edmonds was a four-year starter at Fordham but had some injury problems during his senior season. He averaged at least 6.3 yards per carry in each of his first three seasons in college. (Getty Images)Photo by: Drew Hallowell
2018 NFL Draft: Get to know every new member of the Arizona Cardinals
Per his NFL draft profile, Chase Edmonds "is a highly productive runner with a compact frame, good agility and plus athletic traits. While he flourished against a lower level of competition, he may find that he's unable to beat NFL defenses with burst alone. Edmonds needs to play with more consistent pace and decisiveness to reach his potential." (Getty Images)Photo by: Mitchell Leff
2018 NFL Draft: Get to know every new member of the Arizona Cardinals
A native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Chase Edmonds could fit in nicely behind David Johnson on the Cardinals' running back depth chart. (Getty Images)Photo by: Mitchell Leff
2018 NFL Draft: Get to know every new member of the Arizona Cardinals
Cornerback Christian Campbell -- sixth round (182nd overall): The 6-foot-1, 195-pound Campbell is perhaps an underrated prospect. Optimum Scouting owner Eric Galko said Campbell "is a third-round value here in the sixth, and could be a 2019 starter opposite Patrick Peterson." (Getty Images)Photo by: Harry How
2018 NFL Draft: Get to know every new member of the Arizona Cardinals
Christian Campbell attended Central High School in Alabama. He played in 37 games during his four years at Penn State. He recorded 102 total tackles, 19 passes defended and four interceptions with the Nittany Lions. He helped Penn State beat Washington in last season's Fiesta Bowl, which took place on the Cardinals' home field at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. (Getty Images)Photo by: Joe Sargent
2018 NFL Draft: Get to know every new member of the Arizona Cardinals
According to his NFL draft profile, Korey Cunningham is an "athletic tackle prospect with good foot quickness," but he "will need to become stronger and a much more proficient technician in order to hold an NFL roster spot." (Getty Images)Photo by: Joe Robbins