The Athletic's Cardinals beat writers Scott Bordow and C.J. Holmes answer 10 questions about the team following six weeks of spring practices was asked of the rookie wide receivers, who has looked good and who hasn’t?
Bordow's answer, "Again, we can’t report on what we see after the first 20 minutes but we do hear things, and rookie KeeSean Johnson, the team’s sixth-round pick, has reportedly looked better than either Andy Isabella or Hakeem Butler. Johnson is a smooth route runner with good hands, whereas Isabella hasn’t been as natural catching the ball, and Butler is a raw product who struggles to shed press coverage."
We shouldn't be worried about Isabella or Butler just yet, but it's promising news for fellow rookie KeeSean Johnson. He will have his work cut out for himself with the four WRs scheduled to be above him (Fitzgerald, Kirk, Isabella & Butler). KeeSean has some talent to work with as shown below in a few highlights.
Do you think KeeSean Johnson can make the Cardinals 53-man roster his rookie year or will be a practice squad player? Could he actually make a shocking impact right away? Share your thoughts in the comments below and make sure to follow me on Twitter @TylerJaggi