18. Kyler Murray, Cardinals
What in the world are we to make of Murray in a fantasy sense? Will he end up doing more running than passing? Will Kliff Kingsbury’s air-raid offense work in the NFL? Can the undersized Murray stay healthy for 16 games?
There are no easy answers to these questions, which is why it’s tough to rate his fantasy potential. However, he has a quality running back in David Johnson, a Hall of Fame receiver in Larry Fitzgerald, and unreal amounts of athleticism and arm strength. At a certain point in your fantasy draft, you have to take a chance on Murray on the off chance he takes the lead by storm as a rookie.
Top Target: Larry Fitzgerald
Secondary Target: Christian Kirk