Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories Comments Share Lemonier is a fantastically-built athlete, with great arm length, excellent speed and good strength. What he needs to prove is that he can move laterally in space, as he looks tight in the hips.Lemonier was nearly alone as a pass rushing threat at Auburn and, in my opinion, was out of place as an undersized defensive end. But as the Cardinals try and improve on an already good defense, he could be the missing piece as an outside linebacker.Round 3: Tyler Bray, QB, Tennessee – 6-6, 235 lbsI was waiting until I picked Warmack to drop the Bray bomb as well and that is what I am doing with this mock. Bray has special arm talent, something that will be looked at more deeply over the next couple of weeks.He needs work on the field with technique, footwork and mechanics, and needs to show that he has grown up off the field. However I think with Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians and assistant head coach Tom Moore behind him, they could get the absolute most out of Bray’s skills.Round 4: Chris Faulk, LT, LSU – 6-6, 335 lbs(Taken from mock 2.0)While he may not possess the ideal size of today’s left tackles, Faulk is a powerfully-built, yet smooth pass blocker.