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Considering the Cardinals' need for a true "No. 2" receiver, and the deep free agent receiver class, it is reasonable to assume that the Cardinals will probably look at picking up a receiver in free agency. Although with that being said, there is almost never any harm in going after a young wide receiver in the draft.
On the surface, Fuller may seem like a bit of a lackluster prospect, because he really isn’t exceptional at anything. He doesn’t really display elite athleticism, elite pass-catching skills or elite route-running capability. Although, don’t get me wrong, he is still pretty darn good at all there, just not elite.
With the guidance of the likes of Larry Fitzgerald, though, Fuller could begin to hone some of his already relatively impressive abilities, and he could become a fine player opposite the aforementioned superstar.
Over the last two seasons at Texas A&M, Fuller has recorded 142 receptions for 1,894 yards receiving and 18 touchdowns, so there’s no question that he is capable of being a productive wideout. Oh, and it also doesn’t hurt that he is 6’4” and can run a 4.5.