Most of the deals for undrafted free agents are already done (even though personnel officials aren't supposed to be contacting players until 7 p.m. Eastern), but here's a list of ten guys that are still out there waiting for the phone to ring and how they can help.
Chris Leak, QB, Florida:
He may not have prototypical size for the position, but he's a winner and he shares one thing with Matt Leinart: A National Championship. Imagine Leak lined up somewhere other than behind center and how that could mess with a defense, given Ken Whisenhunt's furtive imagination.
Luke Getsy, QB, Akron:
Considered too short and lacking a strong arm (and success against a high level of competition), but you've got to hand it to the MAC and their ability to produce NFL caliber quarterbacks.
Dan Mozes, C, West Virginia:
We've been talking about him all along and he's still out there. Great fit for what Russ Grimm likes to do.
Kenny Scott, CB, Georgia Tech:
He runs like the wind (4.38 in the 40), has decent size (6'1", 179), but is still available because of durability concerns and inconsistent play. I know, great prospect. He certainly would be able to help in the kicking game.
Antwan Applewhite, DE, San Diego State:
Could be a college-defensive-lineman-turned-linebacker given his natural pass rushing skills and stature (6'3", 250).
David Patterson, DT, Ohio State:
Probably not big enough (6'2", 272), but with his first step, could become an effective end in the 3-4.
Corey Anderson, FB, Tennessee:
The second rated fullback on our board, Anderson is certainly used to a heavy workload and a lack of being in the spotlight. If Whisenhunt isn't sold on Terrelle Smith and is intent on having a lead blocker, the Cardinals could do a lot worse.
Tim Duckworth, G, Auburn:
Stout and powerfully built (6'3", 304), has the look of a road grader at the next level. Arizona has a short list of talented bodies currently on the roster and Duckworth could help foster some of that "healthy competition" that Whisenhunt seems so intent on creating.
Juwan Simpson, LB, Alabama:
At 6'2, 225, is a little light to play linebacker, but seems well suited to play safety. He runs well enough to make the transition (4.59) and has already spoken to the Seahawks about making a change. It would be nice to snake him from them.
Daniel Parrish, T, Florida A&M:
Huge prospect (6'6", 342) that could also work well as a right tackle in Grimm's scheme. If nothing else, he could give Levi Brown some healthy competition.