For months, the pairing of the Cardinals and wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. seemed perfect.

GM Monti Ossenfort made it reality Thursday night.

The Cardinals ended up staying at No. 4 overall and taking the Ohio State star, adding an immediate weapon to the offense led by Kyler Murray and thrilling a fanbase at the same time.

“I think that’s the most explosive combination in the country,” said Cardinals tackle Paris Johnson Jr. – Harrison’s college teammate – at the team’s draft party on the Great Lawn at State Farm Stadium. “You have a quarterback that nobody can touch. And now you have a receiver that can’t be guarded. As a tackle, how can you not want to block for that?”

Harrison should slide right into the lineup as the team’s top wide receiver, although shortly after Commissioner Roger Goodell called his name in Detroit and Harrison got his congratulatory hug, the newest Cardinal wasn’t going that far with his plans.

“No sir,” Harrison said. “I’m just trying to learn the playbook, get my connections down with Kyler, and whatever happens from there happens.