The Arizona Cardinals' first rookie minicamp wraps up this weekend as the team got a first look at this year's draft class.
While top picks such as D.J. Humphries, Markus Golden among others will get most of the attention it's the underrated and unheralded prospects who could end up highlighting the weekend.
The Cardinals brought in two quarterbacks on a tryout basis and while the position is already crowded perhaps one will show enough to earn a spot on the practice squad. Former Arizona State QB Taylor Kelly will be competing with Phillip Sims, formerly of Winston-Salem State, on that front.
Meanwhile, a handful of other relative unknowns made some noise such as CB Jimmy Legree, who coach Bruce Arians personally called out and commended.
Stay tuned to CardinalFootballTalk.com for a full wrap-up of this weekend's festivities.
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