2012 NFL Mock Draft: Arizona Cardinals Select Boston College LB Luke Kuechly, According To SB Nation's Ryan Van Bibber

When you have a top 15 draft pick like the Arizona Cardinals do, and when you have more than one hole to fill on your roster, like the Cardinals do, it lends itself to having NFL Draft pundits continuously change their minds about what direction a team is likely to go when they are officially on the clock.

The Cardinals are the rule and not the exception as SB Nation's Ryan Van Bibber has released his most recent NFL Mock Draft and his selection for the Cardinals has changed from Iowa offensive tackle Riley Reiff to Boston College linebacker Luke Kuechly.

One offensive player, one defensive player. See what we mean?

Here is what Van Bibber had to say about Kuechly and the Cardinals.

"Passing on a talent like Kuechly would be ill advised for the Cardinals, even with needs on their offensive line and pass rushers available with this pick. Next to Daryl Washington, Kuechly solidifies the middle of the field for the Cardinals."

We'll see if this pick changes down the road.

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