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Texas A&M junior offensive lineman Luke Joeckel answers questions during a press conference for the Cotton Bowl NCAA college football at the Omni Mandalay hotel, Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013, in Irving, Texas. Texas A&M plays Oklahoma on Jan. 4 in the Cotton Bowl in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Brandon Wade)
Take a look at some NFL mock drafts, and you'll see a varied collection of players the Arizona Cardinals are predicted to take in the first round.

Really, take a look.

A lot will happen between now and the draft, which begins on April 25, including private workouts, college all-star games and the NFL Scouting Combine.

Still, as far as the Cardinals are concerned, their biggest needs are pretty easily identifiable: quarterback and offensive line.

While this is regarded to be a fairly weak QB class, there appear to be several talented lineman from which the Cardinals may be left to choose from.

ESPN NCAA football analyst Mark May, as a guest of Arizona Sports 620's Burns and Gambo Tuesday, had some pretty high praise for some of the top prospects, including Texas A&M tackle Luke Joeckel and Alabama guard Chance Womack.

"Well Joeckel and Womack will definitely probably be top-12 picks in my opinion," he said.

May said he does not expect A&M tackle Jake Matthews to leave college, but said the best offensive linemen in this draft have plenty to offer an NFL team.

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"Those guys are not just great athletes and great players, but they're smart players and they're great technicians," he said. "When you look at offensive linemen, if you can see a guy that's a good technician in college you know that's going to carry over in the NFL."
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