The Arizona Cardinals moved ahead of the Oakland Raiders in terms of draft order this past weekend, as the Raiders beat the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. Due to strength of schedule, the Cardinals will now draft at No. 2 overall, and they should look to bring in a franchise left tackle with the selection.
There are some very good offensive linemen in this draft class, but Jonah Williams from Alabama is the best of the bunch. Williams is a guy who has done nothing but produce during his time with the Crimson Tide, and is a big reason why the team is once again the best team in all of college football.
During the 2018 NFL Draft, the Cardinals traded up with the Raiders to select Josh Rosen at No. 10 overall, and he has shown he can be a franchise quarterback at the NFL level. Arizona has to consider him their No. 1 asset moving forward, which means they would be wise to bring in a left tackle that can protect him over the next ten seasons.
Arizona does some talent on both sides of the ball, but this is going to be a big offseason for the team in terms of building this roster back up. Rosen is a nice starting spot, and in Williams, you would have that anchor along the offensive line that this team is currently lacking.