The Arizona Cardinals could fill a number of needs in this year’s NFL draft scheduled at the end of April. Their biggest current needs appear to be at cornerback, receiver and the offensive line.
They have or will meet with an offensive line prospect they could consider with the 16th pick in the draft.
According to Justin Melo, the Cardinals are one of many teams who either have met with or will meet with Oklahoma State tackle Teven Jenkins.
Oklahoma State OT Teven Jenkins is a bonafide first round pick. An incredible player that’s easy to love on tape.
— Justin M (@JustinM_NFL) March 3, 2021
Jenkins played both tackle positions and also some guard in college at Oklahoma State. He started 35 of 37 games in three years and played in an Air Raid offensive scheme. He is 6-foot-6 and 320 pounds.
He is not considered one of the top tackle prospects like Rashawn Slater or Christian Darrisaw, but Jenkins might fit the Cardinals’ offensive scheme perfectly.