Cardinals agree to terms with 12 college free agents

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The Cardinals announced the signings of 12 undrafted free agents Monday.

They include Virginia Tech receiver Changa Hodge, who injured his ACL during spring ball last year and appeared in only five games. In 2019 at Villanova, Hodge caught 65 receptions for 1,118 yards and 13 touchdowns.

The Cardinals drafted his former Virginia Tech teammate, offensive lineman Lecitus Smith, in the sixth round.

Arizona also signed Oklahoma defensive lineman LaRon Stokes, who appeared in 32 games with 15 starts and totaled 35 tackles, 8.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks with the Sooners.

The Cardinals’ other signees were Georgia Southern cornerback Darrell Baker Jr., Colorado State defensive lineman Manny Jones, Boise State safety Kekaula Kaniho, LSU receiver Jontre Kirklin, Central Methodist defensive lineman Will Miles, Tennessee receiver JaVonta Payton, Vanderbilt tight end Chris Pierce Jr., Fresno State running back Ronnie Rivers, Northwestern receiver Stephon Robinson Jr. and Auburn linebacker Chandler Wooten.

3 responses to “Cardinals agree to terms with 12 college free agents

  1. OG Lecitus Smith a beast of a man and excellent pass protecting Guard. Arizona was very lucky to land him where they did. Cardinals we’re able to pick up two good OGs in the draft. Arizona only had one weak spot along the OL season and it was RG, they’ll be good at RG this year with 4 different interior linemen competing for that spot.

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