I already touched on the undrafted free agents Arizona has signed so far, but let’s go over all of them again here so you don't have to break away from this piece.
Kevin Smith, WR, Washington
He’s a slot receiver with some return ability, but he won’t make the roster.
Zach Bauman, RB, Northern Arizona
Local kid, attended Hamilton High School in Chandler before heading north to Flagstaff to play for the Lumberjacks. Small, shifty and explosive, could be a practice-squad guy.
Chandler Catanzaro, K, Clemson
Big-legged, inaccurate kicker from Clemson. He will kick footballs while Jay Feely takes water breaks and be cut before the season begins.
Kadeem Williams, OL, Albany State
Mammoth offensive lineman who dominated small-school opponents. Has a future on Sundays, but the future could be distant.
Justin Renfrow, DL, Miami
Big defensive end and part-time starter at Miami. He’s a camp body but could mature and develop into a rotational guy in a couple of years. Justin Renfrow has an outside chance of practice-squad inclusion.
Glenn Carson, ILB, Penn State
A strong but non-athletic inside linebacker who possesses good football instincts coming out of “Linebacker U.” Likely a practice squad signing somewhere, but probably not in Arizona.
Kevin Palmer, OT, Baylor
Played mostly right tackle for the Bears as a senior. His 13 starts in 2013 were the sum of his career starts; played in 45 games in four seasons.
Jonathan Brown, OLB, Illinois
The outside linebacker version of Carson: not athletic, slow but productive in college. He’s a leader by nature, so it’s no surprise Keim signed him. Practice-squad potential to get stronger and quicker.
Todd Washington, CB, Southeast Louisiana
Good, fluid athlete with solid upside. Possible nickel corner down the road, will have some time to develop while playing special teams. Watch this kid make the 53-man roster.
Brandon Sermons, DB, UCLA
Potential practice-squad guy, he’s versatile and can play anywhere in the defensive backfield. Short but quick, Brandon Sermons has return ability.
Anthony Steen, OG, Alabama
Could make the 53-man roster depending on what happens with right guard during camp. Trying to figure out how Anthony Steen went undrafted; could become a solid starter at right guard.
Tim Cornett, RB, UNLV
Not huge but not small either, Tom Cornett was highly productive at UNLV. All-time leader in rushing yards; only player in school history to lead the team in rushing four straight years.