Arizona Cardinals: Bleacher Report Community Mock Draft, Voting Round

Julian NikolovskiContributor IIIApril 5, 2012

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 28:  NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell (L) greets Patrick Peterson, #5 overall pick by the Arizona Cardinals, during the 2011 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall on April 28, 2011 in New York City.  (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images)
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Before I begin elaborating on what needs to be done during this next round, I'd just like to quickly thank everyone for nominating different players to be a part of our Community Mock Draft.

I received over 40 separate entries for each and every round, and am hugely grateful that you are all devoted to helping me make this work.

It's also worth quickly noting that if you are unfamiliar with the concept of a community mock draft, all the details can be found in my previous article here.

We are now at the second stage of this process, and that stage is the voting round.

After collaborating the different nominations, I sought to pick out the most common nominees and proceeded to create a survey consisting of a poll for each and every selection that the Cardinals have in the upcoming 2012 NFL Draft.

On occasion, I sought advice from not only my big board, but from the big board of Bleacher Report's own Matt Miller, as well as those of ESPN and CBS in order to ensure that it was a reasonable assumption to suggest that each player would be available for each particular selection (and to those of of you who wanted the Cardinals' seventh-round pick to be Andrew Luck...we can only hope).

So without further ado, here is the link to the second part of the survey: 

EDIT: The survey is now closed, results can be found here. Thanks.

Simply click the button that correlates to the player that you want the Cardinals to select in each round, and in 5-7 days time I will close the poll, collaborate the data and present the Bleacher Report Community Mock Draft for the Arizona Cardinals.

Once again I would like to thank everyone who has voted, and everyone who is yet to vote for being of the utmost assistance.

Note: In the sixth round, the two highest-polling players will make up the two selections which we have in that round.