The No. 13 overall selection in April's draft, Floyd was considered one of the top two wideouts coming out of the collegiate ranks. Compared to his teammate,
Larry Fitzgerald, for his frame and athleticism, Floyd will come in and compete for a starting job in training camp. Keep in mind, though, that the
Cardinals have one of the more crowded group of receivers now with Fitzgerald, Floyd, Early Doucet and
Andre Roberts all in the mix. The team also has question marks at the quarterback position, so don't expect Floyd to come in and make a consistent impact. Still, he's worth a late-round look in seasonal leagues.