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  1. then he goes with someone else...the good thing about this draft is we have options and can help ourselves in many ways...the thing is if you go DE what/who does that knock out ...there are good DE available throughout this draft..
  2. All these guys are faster than Roman Harper...
  3. Cornerback Boards

    he is strong and would be a good pick...I also think JC Jackson is going to be a good NFL player and he could be gotten in later rounds...
  4. Cornerback Boards

    If I was going CB in first i'd take Alexander over Jackson...
  5. Frank Ragnow visiting Panthers today

    I think moton stays at OG...
  6. A Classic Mock Draft

    he may end up the best QB in this draft...
  7. A Classic Mock Draft

    So many DTs...so little time
  8. coulda probably still got Bradberry if he wanted him...
  9. PICK PLAYER POS HT WT COLLEGE GRADE WATCH Round 1, Pick 31 (30) Vernon Butler DT 6'4" 323 Louisiana Tech 6.1 Pick Analysis: "With Butler, think Linval Joseph, think Michael Brockers. This is a big, power guy, and the Panthers love these type of players. He runs to the ball, and you can't teach that." -- Mike Mayock Round 2, Pick 31 (62) James Bradberry CB 6'1" 211 Samford 5.3 Pick Analysis: "He is an intriguing developmental corner. There was a buzz about this kid when I got to the East-West Shrine Game. He's long and has quick movement skills, but he's raw." -- Mike Mayock Round 3, Pick 14 (77) (From Browns through Eagles through Lions) Daryl Worley CB 6'1" 204 West Virginia 5.3 Pick Analysis: "He doesn't have the ideal speed that you're looking for, but has outstanding ball skills. This is the kind of corner you want to have because he can play high above the rim." -- Daniel Jeremiah Round 5, Pick 2 (141) (From Browns) Zack Sanchez CB 5'11" 185 Oklahoma 5.5 Pick Analysis: Sanchez is accustomed facing opponents that like to air it out, and it will be more of the same when he faces his NFC South opponents. He has great ball skills and plays with the temperament to see the field in nickel packages. --Mark Dulgerian Round 7, Pick 31 (252) Beau Sandland TE 6'4" 253 Montana St. 5.3 Pick Analysis: A former Miami Hurricane, Sandland is a raw athlete with intriguing ball skills and that catch radius that Cam likes. --Mark Dulgerian
  10. Day 3 Draft Needs and Likes

    love me some KeKe...
  11. he shined early because when you are at or near the bottom there is only one way to go...
  12. LOL ...we knew it was bad 2 minutes in...no matter what happened with the others it was bad when we panic drafted 3 corners...
  13. Day 3 Draft Needs and Likes

    Jordan Thomas TE Justin Jackson RB Troy Apke S Chris Warren III RB Jalyn Holmes DE Simmie Cobbs WR Parry Nickerson CB
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