Zuerlein has exceptional leg strength to hit from long range. He's been extremely accurate throughout his career.
How he fits:
Zuerlein has a huge leg with great accuracy and he will be kicking in a dome for at least eight games. This was a real weakness a year ago for an offense that struggled to generate points. The ability to make long-range field goals gives this offense a chance to come away with three points even it doesn't dominate field position.
Bethel's a small school prospect who has all the tools to develop into the playmaker at the next level, and can contribute at a number of different areas.
How he fits:
This secondary played better at the end of the 2011 season, but they need more versatility and playmakers. Bethel can give them production at corner and safety. He is a huge contributor on special teams not only as a cover guy, but he blocked nine kicks a year ago. He goes to a team with Patrick Peterson as a returner, and this gives the Cardinals a chance to excel on special teams.
He's a big strong-armed QB that can make all the NFL throws. However, he's going to need time developing as a decision-maker as well as knowing when to change up ball speed and projections in terms of overall touch.
He tested better than his film indicated. He needs to develop in terms of reading coverages on the run and getting tougher in traffic to catch the ball. He has good upside in terms of top-end speed to stretch the field.
Martin is a versatile safety who can play near the box and can hold up on the back end in coverage. He is extremely aggressive in run support, but needs to do a better job of taking better angles and breaking down to secure tackles.
He's an improved route-runner with good size, body control and hands. He's improved in working to get a clean release off the press, but lacks the top-end speed and the suddenness to consistently create separation down the field.
He has an elite combination of size and elite speed to stretch the field vertically. He's not a natural pass catcher, he has the ability to elevate and and win downfield battles to create the big play.
He played one year of high school football and that inexperience shows up on film at times. The reason he comes off the board here is he has the quickness, athletic ability and size to develop into a starting tackle.
Wynn is explosive and, on film, he flashes the ability to make plays in the backfield. In fact, he would have come off the board earlier, if it weren't for an inconsistent motor. You still don't know what you will get from the guy play in and play out.
He has adequate size, good top-end speed along with excellent body control and hands. In addition, he brings added value on special teams as a returner. He is tough and willing to work the middle of the field. Could be a steal at this point.