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NFL General Manager Compares Cardinals Legend Marvin Harrison Jr.
Marvin Harrison Jr. declares for 2024 NFL Draft

There has been a lot of discussion on what the Arizona Cardinals will and won’t do with the No. 4 choice in this year’s draft, but Marvin Harrison Jr. is the one obvious target that supporters are hammering home.

As the 2024 NFL Draft approaches, Harrison—the son of Hall of Fame wide receiver Marvin Harrison Sr.—has received a lot of parallels. However, one NFL general manager thinks he looks like Cardinals great Larry Fitzgerald.
“A general manager in Orlando informed me that Marvin Harrison Jr. had the pedigree of Larry Fitzgerald 2.0. He is an expert. Malik Nabers has a bigger upside and might be Ja’Marr Chase. However, I believe Harrison’s ceiling—or perhaps I should say floor—is so high that you know precisely what you’re getting, according to one NFL insider. Earlier in the offseason, Fitzgerald expressed his desire for the team to select Harrison in the draft.NFL GM Compares Marvin Harrison Jr. to Cardinals Legend

“I hope we get him if he’s there.” It would be great to toss it to Kyler (Murray). Some years ago, I saw him working out at Ohio State. I have great admiration for his father, Hall of Fame wide receiver Marvin Harrison, and from what I’ve heard, he’s a decent, industrious young guy. Fitzgerald told 12 News’ Cam Cox, “You can never have too many high character, exceptionally talented football players because those guys that are the pillars of your foundation.” Fitzgerald went on, “He’s a hell of a lot more talented than I was at that age.”

He is able to go long and take short passes. He is prone to excess. He is a cooperative player that is willing to block in the run game. It wasn’t until much later in my career, in 2013 when I willingly participated. I reluctantly completed it, because he already does it in college, and he does it quite effectively. I would therefore really like to see him in Cardinal red if he is present.

With the draft just two weeks away, Arizona has worked hard on wideouts; after the dust settles, we’ll see what general manager Monti Ossenfort thinks is best for the team.

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