The Arizona Cardinals selected Boston College defensive end Zach Allen as the first pick in the third round and overall no. 65 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft on Friday. Allen played all four seasons (2015-18) at Boston College, appearing in 50 games. He totaled 199 tackles, 40.5 tackles for loss, 18.5 sacks, 16 passes defended, four fumble recoveries, two interceptions and two blocked kicks. As a senior, he was voted to the All-ACC Second Team and a Pro Football Focus Second-Team All-American.
Cover 2 Clips - Zach Allen On Set
Rookie DE Zach Allen joins the set of Cover 2 to discuss being drafted in the third round and rookie minicamp.
Rookie Reel - Zach Allen
Get the first look of rookie DE Zach Allen.
Cardinals Flight Plan 6.0 - 'On The Clock'
In episode six of Flight Plan, go inside the Draft Room as GM Steve Keim, head coach Kliff Kingsbury, and team president Michael Bidwill select the 2019 draft picks.
Allen - 'Very Blessed To Be In A Great Organization'
DE Zach Allen talks to the media during his introductory press conference.
Keim And Kingsbury Recap Day Two
GM Steve Keim and head coach Kliff Kingsbury discuss the trade with QB Josh Rosen and their day two draft picks.
Zach Allen In Action
Watch the Cardinals' No. 65 overall pick, DE Zach Allen in action.
Arizona Cardinals Select Boston College DE Zach Allen
Former Arizona Cardinals Larry Centers announces the Arizona Cardinals selection of Boston College defensive end Zach Allen No. 65 in Round 2 of the 2019 draft.