Kyler Murray sits as the foundational cornerstone of the Arizona Cardinals franchise. As such, the quarterback's opinion matters on a vast array of topics, including the draft.

Joining NFL Network's Good Morning Football on Tuesday, Murray was asked whether he has any input on selections and whether GM Steve Keim considers the QB's opinion when making choices.

"I do believe I think I have an influence in it," Murray responded. "I don't know why I wouldn't. If you've got a guy at quarterback, you trust him and you want him to be the face of the franchise for a lot of years, I think he should have an influence. Everything is technically built around the quarterback. I think I have that relationship with Steve and Kliff (Kingsbury). I'm excited to see what we do on Thursday."

Murray noted he's just as likely to voice his opinion about drafting a defensive player as he is a wide receiver. Arizona selects at No. 16 in the draft.