More Than 30 Offseason Visits Confirmed

AZRedReport.com has been tracking the Cardinals' draft interests all offseason, reporting live from the Senior Bowl and the NFL Combine while routinely scooping the competition. Now, here's the payoff: a master list of more than 30 meetings between the Cardinals and top draft prospects. Read on for your ultimate draft guide.

Senior Bowl Meetings

OL Mike McGlynn, Pittsburgh
OT Carl Nicks, Nebraska
DL Demario Pressley, NC State
CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Tennessee State
CB Terrell Thomas, USC
CB Terrence Wheatley, Colorado
SS Wesley Woodyard, Kentucky

NFL Combine: Formal Interviews

CB Antoine Cason, Arizona
RB Tashard Choice, Georgia Tech
OT Anthony Collins, Kentucky
TE Jermichael Finley, Texas
OL John Greco, Toledo
NT Marcus Harrison, Arkansas
WR Eddie Royal, Virginia Tech
CB Terrell Thomas, USC
SS Wesley Woodyard, Kentucky

NFL Combine: Informal Meetings

SS Jamar Adams, Michigan
WR Todd Blythe, Iowa State
RB Cory Boyd, South Carolina
QB Alex Brink, Washington State
WR Andre Caldwell, Florida
WR Harry Douglas, Louisville
DE Chris Ellis, Virginia Tech
TE Derek Fine, Kansas
TE Joey Haynos, Maryland
K Shane Longest, St. Xavier
OL Mike McGlynn, Pittsburgh
QB Matt Ryan, Boston College

Pro Days Meetings

OL Gosder Cherilus, Boston College
RB Tashard Choice, Georgia Tech
TE Derek Fine, Kansas
OL Mike McGlynn, Pittsburgh
QB Matt Ryan, Boston College
SS Jamie Silva, Boston College

Private Visits

RB Chris Johnson, East Carolina
FB Carl Stewart, Auburn
RB Jonathan Stewart, Oregon

Other Offseason Meetings

WR Tommy Ellingworth, Augustana (SD) College
WR Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina

Note: The Cardinals also enjoyed three offseason meetings with Newberry College offensive lineman Heath Benedict before he tragically passed away.

Amberly Richardson is a member of the Pro Football Writers of America and a correspondent for Scout.com. She has contributed to the official Web sites of several NFL players for Sixthman Communications. Her analysis has been published by the NFL Network, Fox Sports and MySpace Sports.


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