Cardinals eye draft sleepers at wide receiver

The Cardinals will need help within the next handful of years at wide receiver and will likely look to a select group of sleepers for help in this year's draft.

Greg Salas, Hawaii

Prediction: Fourth or fifth round.
Notes…Displays outstanding hands and specializes in working out of the slot, where he will offer fantastic size at the next level.

Terrance Toliver, LSU

Prediction: Fifth round.
Notes…Great size and huge hands but lacks the fluidity to consistently gain separation.

Denarius Moore, Tennessee

Prediction: Fifth round.
Notes…Consistently does a fantastic job of adjusting to the football and could emerge as a late-round steal.

Austin Pettis, Boise State

Prediction: Fourth to fifth round.
Notes…Savvy route runner who will make a solid slot receiver with terrific size at the next level.

Jeremy Kerley, Texas Christian

Prediction: Fifth round.
Notes…Undersized and will likely work out of the slot at the next level, but displays exceptional agility and quickness after the catch and can also contribute as a returner.

Vincent Brown, San Diego State

Prediction: Fourth to fifth round.
Notes…Solid route runner with good hands but lacks elite athletic ability and didn't test well.

Ronald Johnson, Southern California

Prediction: Fifth round.
Notes…Good route runner who will likely work out of the slot at the next level and can contribute as a returner.

Cecil Shorts III, Mount Union

Prediction: Fifth round.
Notes…Three-time Division III All-American will have to prove his talent translates to the big leagues.

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