So much so they added DeAndre Hopkins prior to the draft. To be sure, however, the Cardinals do have youth at the position outside of veteran Larry Fitzgerald and will be starting Hopkins, Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk in three-wide sets, leaving Andy Isabella, Hakeem Butler and KeeSean Johnson fighting for playing time. Both Johnson and Isabella did have their moments while Butler missed most all of the season due to a finger injury. It's not out of the question one of the three 2019 selections makes some noise in 2020 in relief of Fitzgerald while one other may be destined for release. It stands to reason Isabella would have the best shot to replace Fitzgerald out of the slot though Johnson looks similar to Larry legend but it's guess-work until we see 2020 play out. All three of these sophomore receivers are on the edge of the dynasty radar and should only be added in deep-roster leagues.