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2018 NFL Draft: Latest projections for Arizona Wildcats’ Dane Cruikshank and Jacob Alsadek

How many Arizona players will be selected in the NFL Draft? Probably one, maybe two

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The 2018 NFL Draft is just a few days away, and the Arizona Wildcats have a small handful of guys who are hoping to make the leap to the next level.

Just two, however, have been projected to be drafted: Dane Cruikshank and Jacob Alsadek.

Let’s take a look at the latest predictions.

Dane Cruikshank

It appears likely that Cruikshank will get drafted, but it’s a clear toss up as to where he lands. Mock drafts have him going just outside the top 100, the middle-third round range. While others have him late-sixth to seventh round.

Cruikshank has met with the Cincinnati Bengals, Los Angeles Rams, Los Angeles Chargers, New Orleans Saints, Detroit Lions, Oakland Raiders, Green Bay Packers, Tennessee Titans and Denver Broncos.

You can find his draft profile and breakdown here.

Jacob Alsadek

Alsadek will likely be a seventh-round selection if he’s picked at all. If not, he will be able to sign as an undrafted free agent.

You can find his draft profile and breakdown here.

Other Wildcats hopeful to sign with an NFL team upon conclusion of the draft include Nick Wilson, DeAndre’ Miller, Gerhard de Beer, Larry Tharpe Jr., Tyrell Johnson and Zach Green.

Wilson, Miller, de Beer and Green have all worked out with the Cardinals. de Beer has worked out with the Green Bay Packers, and Green worked out with the Chargers and was invited to the Rams’ local Pro Day.