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Cardinals Mock Draft Tracker 2018: Version 2.0

As the draft approaches, more names are getting linked to the Cardinals in the first round.
Here are some new names that have recently been added to the mix: WR Calvin Ridley, Alabama (picked by Charley Casserly, NFL.com; Bucky Brooks, NFL.com; R.J. White, CBS Sports): The wide receiver crop is not considered deep this season, but Ridley has special skills and is expected to be the first player from his position off the board.
He burst onto the scene at Alabama and is viewed as a pass-catcher that can make an immediate impact as a professional.
Alexander, or any cornerback taken in the first round, could be in the mix for significant playing time as a rookie.
DL Vita Vea, Washington (picked by Peter Schrager, NFL.com): Cardinals coach Steve Wilks has spoken of beefing up the trenches, and the 6-foot-4, 347-pound Vea would certainly add a high-end talent to the defensive line.
The Cardinals’ top three defensive tackles are Corey Peters, Olsen Pierre and Robert Nkemdiche.
The 6-foot, 210-pound Big Ten Receiver of the Year has drawn comparisons to Pierre Garcon, and some believe he will go in the first round.
If the Cardinals look closely at wide receivers early, Moore could join Ridley as a possible option.
T Kolton Miller, UCLA (picked by Mel Kiper, Jr., ESPN): Offensive tackles Connor Williams and Mike McGlinchey have been linked to the Cardinals previously, and Miller is a new name joining the list.
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From left: Louisville CB Jaire Alexander, Washington DL Vita Vea and Alabama WR Calvin Ridley have been linked to the Cardinals in mock drafts.

As the draft approaches, more names are getting linked to the Cardinals in the first round. While the quarterbacks are still the heaviest source of speculation, other positions bring intriguing options. We took a look at some of the projected pairings in the first mock draft tracker. Here are some new names that have recently been added to the mix:

WR Calvin Ridley, Alabama (picked by Charley Casserly, NFL.com; Bucky Brooks, NFL.com; R.J. White, CBS Sports): The wide receiver crop is not considered deep this season, but Ridley has special skills and is expected to be the first player from his position off the board. He burst onto the scene at Alabama and is viewed as a pass-catcher that can make an immediate impact as a professional. The Cardinals don’t have a clear-cut No. 2 behind Larry Fitzgerald, and a player like Ridley could vault into that mix.

CB Jaire Alexander, Louisville (picked by Todd McShay, ESPN): A cover man to pair with Patrick Peterson has been a common choice, although Alexander has only become a trendy match of late. The 5-foot-11, 192-pound cornerback dealt with some injuries this…

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