NFL mock draft: Arizona Cardinals' 2020 NFL draft predictions for all 6 picks
After trading away a second-round pick this season in the deal for DeAndre Hopkins with the Houston Texans, the Arizona Cardinals have six picks in the 2020 NFL draft.
While much has been made of the team's first-round selection at No. 8, what about the team's other five picks?
Some of those players could be counted on to contribute in the 2020 NFL season.
CBS Sports' Ryan Wilson recently compiled a complete NFL mock draft for all seven rounds.
Check out his projections for the Cardinals' picks. He has the team loading up on defense early in the NFL draft, which is scheduled to begin on April 23.
First round (No. 8 overall): Cardinals select Iowa OT Tristan Wirfs
Wilson writes: "The Cardinals gave D.J. Humphries a three-year extension and Wirfs would solidify the right tackle position on an offense that now includes DeAndre Hopkins."
Third round (No. 72 overall): Cardinals pick Ohio State DL Davon Hamilton
Wilson writes: "Hamilton played alongside Chase Young in college but he more than held his own; he's stout against the run and can generate a pass rush too."
Fourth round (No. 114 overall): Cardinals choose Michigan State EDGE Kenny Willekes
Wilson writes: "Some question his athleticism but Willekes has a non-stop motor and he gives Arizona another pass rusher."
Fourth round (No. 131 overall): Cardinals go with LSU TE Thaddeus Moss
Wilson writes: "Not nearly as athletic as his father, Randy Moss, Thaddeus still found ways to make plays for LSU last season."
Sixth round (No. 202 overall): Cardinals take Alabama S Jared Mayden
Wilson writes: "Mayden didn't play in the Senior Bowl or garner a combine invite but he played at Alabama and has the athleticism to play in the NFL."
Seventh round (No. 222 overall): Cardinals go with LSU LB Jacob Phillips
Wilson writes: "Arizona adds the other linebacker from LSU's championship team."
Sporting News' Vinnie Iyer also recently compiled a complete NFL mock draft for 2020.
He has the Cardinals going with a different offensive tackle in the first round.
First round (No. 8 overall): Cardinals take Alabama OT Jedrick Wills
Iyer writes: "With Becton going to the Giants, this is an easy pick for the Cardinals given they already addressed their need for a No. 1 wide receiver by trading for DeAndre Hopkins. They can opt for Wills at right tackle after re-signing D.J. Humphries on the left side. The 6-4, 312-pound Wills is a strong, powerful run-blocker who needs a little time to develop into an elite pass-protector."
Third round (No. 72 overall): Cardinals select Washington TE Hunter Bryant
Iyer writes: "The Cardinals got DeAndre Hopkins into their receiving mix, but they can take it to another level in the passing game with a field-stretching tight end. Bryant (6-2, 248 pounds) is a dynamic athlete who can get down the seam and cause coverage problems because of his good hands, toughness and quickness finishing routes."