The Arizona Cardinals selected Fresno State wide receiver KeeSean Johnson as the first pick in the sixth round and overall no. 174 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft on Saturday. Johnson is the Cardinals' third wide receiver in the 2019 draft. As a senior, he finished in the top 10 nationally with 95 receptions and 1,340 receiving yards (14.1 average), scoring eight times to earn second-team All-Mountain West honors. He finished his career having caught at least one pass in each of his last 50 games - the longest streak amongst FBS players. Johnson has drawn comparisons to Packers WR Davante Adams, the last Fresno State receiver selected in the draft (2014).
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The Arizona Cardinals select Fresno State wide receiver KeeSean Johnson No. 174 in Round 6 of the 2019 NFL Draft.