Many executives around the NFL believe the Arizona Cardinals will select Kyler Murray with the No. 1 overall pick in the draft.

"Arizona is going to take Murray No. 1," a general manager said at the combine.

The GM was then asked if he was figuratively betting on it happening.

"I'm not betting," he replied. "I'm telling you, it's going to happen."

The Cardinals could try to trade Josh Rosen.

"I'd rather bet my career on Kyler Murray than on Rosen or any of the other quarterbacks in this draft," an exec said. "Kyler is dynamic. He has the most upside."

Murray also talked about how he'd love to play for Kliff Kingsbury.

"Coach Kingsbury, I know the type of offense he runs. He recruited me out of high school and I have a great relationship with him," Murray said. "If I were to play under him, I think it'd be a great deal. But I don't get to pick players. I just show up and do what I'm supposed to do. I'd obviously be very comfortable knowing how he operates that offense, what we look for, and how to operate everything ... me and him being together would be nice."