After losing Antonio Cromartie in free agency, the Cardinals grab a cornerback to pair with Patrick Peterson.
Fuller had a rough start to 2015 when he was beaten by Michael Thomas for a touchdown, but aside from that play, Fuller was solid against a very talented Ohio State team. He only ended up playing in two games before going out for the year with a knee injury. The junior had seven tackles, one sack and a pass broken up in his shortened season.
Fuller played at a very high level in 2014, racking up 17 passes broken up, two interceptions, 50 tackles and 4.5 tackles for a loss. He shut down East Carolina's Justin Hardy in their matchup. Pittsburgh's Tyler Boyd was a challenge for Fuller, but Fuller held his own.
The younger brother of Bears' 2014 NFL Draft first-round pick Kyle Fuller, Kendall Fuller saw the field immediately as a freshman. He was a Freshman All-American and the ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year. Fuller is fast and instinctive, just like his older brother. Kendall Fuller had six interceptions and 58 tackles in 2013.
Pick change; previously Su'a Cravens, OLB
Rd. 2, Pk. 27
Mike Williams, WR, Clemson
The Cardinals take a shot on a game-breaking wideout.
Williams had two receptions for 20 yards with a touchdown against Wofford in the season opener, but left early when he fractured his neck when he ran into the goalposts while catching the touchdown. It isn't clear how long Williams will be out, but the injury won't require surgery.
With Sammy Watkins in the NFL, Williams took over as Clemson's lead receiver in 2014 and caught 57 passes for 1,030 yards and six touchdowns. In his freshman season, he had 20 catches for 316 yards and three scores.
Williams (6-3, 205) has a nice combination of size and speed. If sophomore quarterback Deshaun Watson can stay healthy, it wouldn't be surprising if Williams has a massive 2015 season - depending on how much time he misses.