Mock Draft of top eight picks in 2024 NFL draft: Who would the Chicago Bears draft?

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4. Arizona Cardinals: Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State  

If the board breaks this way, the Arizona Cardinals have a tough decision to make. They could sit at fourth overall and take the highest player on their board, or they could trade down for a quarterback-hungry team. 

Taking Marvin Harrison Jr. means taking the number one player overall in the draft by their standards. They have Kyler Murray, so there is no way that they have any of the top three quarterbacks graded high enough to have real interest. This is their dream scenario. 

At the same time, most experts see four quarterbacks getting drafted in the top ten, and then there is Michael Pennix and Bo Nix, who may not even go in the first round. There is going to be a hunger for any team interested in JJ McCarthy to offer a real trade that could be significant. Nobody feels bad for Arizona having to make such a tough decision. 

While the offers will be strong, they stay here and go wide receiver. Harrison is a no-doubt option, and the Cardinals need to give Murray enough weapons to know what they have in him on his current contract. The offers will be strong, but this is a no-brainer.