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Cardinals hosted Alabama star, potential draft option Terrion Arnold

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The Arizona Cardinals have hosted multiple players on the offensive side of the ball, but they have recently scoped out defensive targets for the 2024 NFL Draft.

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After meetings with Auburn’s Isaiah Johnson and Louisville’s Jarvis Brownlee Jr., NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport shared on X/Twitter that another highly-regarded cornerback has visited Arizona.

“Alabama CB Terrion Arnold, potentially the top CB in the NFL Draft, has visited the Arizona Cardinals this week, and he met with the [Jacksonville] Jaguars,” Rapoport said. “Arnold is meeting with nearly 10 teams.”

The 6-foot corner began his time in college as a redshirt, not playing a game in the 2021 season.

Moving on to the past two seasons (2022-23), Arnold suited up for 25 games with 108 tackles, a sack and six interceptions.

The Florida native received the honors of being named a 2023 first-team All-American and All-SEC with the Crimson Tide.

According to multiple mock drafts, Arnold is projected to be one of, if not, the top cornerback prospects available.

So far in the offseason, the Cardinals signed Sean Murphy-Bunting at defensive back. Currently, Garrett Williams, Andre Chachere, Michael Ojemudia, Darren Hall, Kei’Trel Moore, Qwauntrezz Knight, Starling Thomas V, Divaad Wilson and Quavian White are also on Arizona’s roster.

Rumors are floating around that the Cardinals will listen to offers for the No. 4 pick. Arizona will also draft at No. 27 in the first round.

Depending on what happens and if Arizona ends up fluctuating down the order because of a trade, Arnold could very well be an option if they so choose him.

The Cards have six draft picks across the first three rounds and 11 in total for this year’s edition of the NFL Draft.

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Reporter Alec Cipollini covers Phoenix Sports News for Burn City Sports. You can follow him on his X account, @AlecCipollini

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