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- Selected by the Cardinals with their second pick of the sixth round (223rd overall) in the 2021 NFL Draft out of Central Florida. Became the first UCF player ever drafted by the Cardinals.
- One of five UCF players, and one of three DBs, selected in the 2021 NFL Draft. Both totals set school records for a single draft.
- ProFootballFocus.com had Gowan listed at #69 on its top-100 players in the 2021 NFL Draft. As a junior in 2019, PFF gave him an 80.1 coverage grade after he gave up just 20 receptions on 50 targets. According to the ratings site, his 26.6 passer rating allowed in single coverage in 2019 was the best in the nation.
Gowan: 'I Felt Right At Home'
CB Tay Gowan talks about his experience in his first NFL preseason game.
Rookie Minicamp Highlights
Take a look back at the best sights and sounds from on the field at Rookie Minicamp.
Gowan: 'I Want To Lead By Example'
Rookie CB Tay Gowan discusses opting out of the 2020 collegiate season, and how he plans to become a fan favorite in the valley.
Quick Slant - Draft Day 3 DBs
Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki discuss the secondary help acquired on Day 3 of the draft.
Keim: 'Everybody Dug In Deep'
GM Steve Keim and HC Kliff Kingsbury recap the 2021 draft class.
Tay Gowan Confident After Debut Finally Gets Him On Field
Notes: Phillips' return still in question; team signs outside linebacker
Marco Wilson Making Progress, As Is Cornerback Room
After Peterson's departure, cover men will have a new look
Cardinals Position Overview 2021: Cornerback
Team adds free agents Malcolm Butler, Darqueze Dennard to roster
Cardinals Sign Sixth-Rounders Victor Dimukeje, Tay Gowan
Team down to just Collins, Moore as unsigned draft picks; Team signs tight end
Tay Gowan Counting On Sacrifice Leading To Cardinals' Success
After opting out of 2020 to protect his family, cornerback ready to prove himself
New Uniform Numbers And Number Changes, With An Asterisk
Edmonds, Murphy joining Baker in potentially moving to single digits