Cardinals add to roster with undrafted free agents after 2020 NFL Draft
Apr 25, 2020, 5:14 PM | Updated: Apr 27, 2020, 11:46 am
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The Arizona Cardinals made the most of their six picks in the 2020 NFL Draft, but they’re not done adding to the roster.
The team will now turn its attention to the undrafted free agents.
Below is a full list of the undrafted free agent additions the Cardinals have officially signed:
Devin Phelps, WR, Shepherd
The 6-foot-1 Phelps averaged 18.1 yards per reception and piled up 1,104 yards this past season. He scored 14 touchdowns on 61 catches.
Zane Lewis, CB, Air Force
During his senior season, Lewis broke up 15 passes and added 45 tackles and an interception.
Jake Benzinger, OL, Wake Forest
As a redshirt senior, Benzinger started 13 games at right tackle. He was named as an honorable mention All-ACC as an offensive tackle.
He also played in the East-West Shrine game.
Jace Whittaker, CB, Arizona
Whittaker started 32 games for Arizona between 2015-19.
In 2019, he had three interceptions, which was the second-most on the team. He also had 55 tackles and one sack.
He redshirted the 2018 season after playing just one game. He dealt with a hamstring and elbow injury.
Jarren Williams, CB, Albany
Williams played in 12 games during his senior season at the University of Albany. He had 46 tackles, two pass breakups and a forced fumble.
He even had an interception return for a 63-yard touchdown during the season.
Steven Gonzalez, OL, Penn State
The 6-foot-4 offensive lineman made 13 starts at left guard for Penn State. Gonzalez was named to the All-Big Ten second team.
T.J. Carter, DL Kentucky
During his career at Kentucky, Carter played in 50 games and made 28 starts. He finished his college career with 71 tackles, 6.0 sacks and five pass breakups.
As a senior, he had a season-best 26 tackles.
Reggie Floyd, S, Virginia Tech
Floyd played in 51 career games at Virginia Tech and was a three-year starter.
He tallied 230 career tackles, including 14 for loss. Floyd also had five career interceptions for the Hokies.
Jonathan Ward, RB, Central Michigan
In 42 games at Central Michigan, Ward had 473 carries for 2,539 yards and 28 touchdowns.
Ward finished the season second in the MAC in all-purpose yards, third in rushing touchdowns and fifth in rushing yards.
Jackson Dennis, OL, Holy Cross
Dennis played in 40 career games for Holy Cross. During his junior season, he was a key part of Holy Cross’ offensive line that helped the team rank second in the Patriot League in total offense, rushing and scoring.
Drew Dickinson, OL, Findlay
The 6-foot-3 offensive lineman started in 11 games his senior year and started 43 of 45 games in his college career. Dickinson was a key blocker in an offense that average 221.4 rushing yards per game.
He was also named second team all G-MAC for a third consecutive season.
Ryan Becker, TE, SMU
Becker started six of 13 games he played during his senior season. He caught four passes for 30 yards and one touchdown.
Adam Shuler, DL, Florida
Shuler finished his two-year career at Florida with 69 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss and 6.0 sacks.
Prior to his time at Florida, Shuler spent two seasons at West Virginia.
Between both schools, he amassed 139 tackles, 19.5 tackles for loss and 9.0 sacks.
Shane Leatherbury, WR, Towson
During his senior season, Leatherbury earned All-CAA second team honors. In his two seasons at Towson, Leatherbury had 119 catches for 1,552 yards and 19 touchdowns.
Prior to Towson, he played for Seton Hill College and Wor-Wic Community College.
Reggie Walker, DE/OLB, Kansas State
White finished his collegiate career with 140 tackles, including 100 unassisted. He also had 18 sacks, five passes defended, nine forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.
JoJo Ward, WR, Hawaii
Ward only played two seasons at Hawaii but tallied 1,999 receiving yards and 20 touchdowns in his career. During the 2019 season, Ward led the Mountain West and ranked 19th nationally with 11 receiving touchdowns.
He was also second in the Mountain West and ranked 22nd nationally with 1,134 receiving yards.
Bejour Wilson, CB, Liberty
During his two seasons at Liberty, Wilson had 76 tackles, six interceptions and 13 passes defended at Liberty.
Jermiah Braswell, WR, Youngstown State
Braswell had 24 catches for 515 yards during his senior season.
Sirgeo Hoffman, RB, Portland State
Hoffman played in 19 games over two seasons at Portland State. He had 223 carries for 1,068 yards in his career.
Parker Houston, TE, San Diego State
The 6-foot-3 tight end played 49 games for the Aztecs. Houston had 45 catches for 420 yards and three touchdowns in his career.
Houston was named second-team All-Mountain West and was a William V. Campbell Trophy semifinalist.
Rashad Medaris, WR, Cincinnati
Medaris finished his career at Cincinnati with 57 catches for 887 yards and 5 touchdowns.