Haason Reddick: Haason Reddick drafted 13th overall

He wished aloud on Twitter that Arizona would pass on the linebacker in order for Reddick to fall to Baltimore.

The Arizona Cardinals selected linebacker Haason Reddick with the 13th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft on Thursday night.

Injuries limited him to just four games in high school and led to his walk-on status at Temple. As a senior, Reddick recorded 65 tackles (including 22.5 tackles for losses), 9.5 sacks and one interception.

Reddick was a fast-riser late in the draft process, and his ability as a pass-rusher will help a defense which needed reinforcements after losing five starters in free agency, including defensive end Calais Campbell, safety Tony Jefferson and linebacker Kevin Minter.

"He knows the game, and he's just somebody who just comes and works", McKinley said on Wednesday.

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Reddick's frame appears to be maxed out, and he's too light to play consistently as a line-of-scrimmage defender; therefore, a transition to off-ball linebacker should be in the cards.

Why might the Cardinals regret taking him this high?

He did so for the Senior Bowl and impressed. "He went to the Combine and blew it up".

Cardinals general manager Steve Keim and coach Bruce Arians see Reddick as an explosive, quick hybrid player who can play inside or outside. Reddick took that turning point and ran with it, changing everyone's opinion of him.

Nobody made more money from the end of the college football season until now than Reddick, and now he's a top-15 NFL draft pick. He called Reddick "probably the most athletic person at the combine" and said it was "inspiring" to work out with the former walk-on. That kind of pass rushing will make the Cardinals' defense even more unsafe for opposing quarterbacks. "I wanted it for myself".

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