CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- One of the last plays of the Carolina Panthers' two-day rookie camp left the most lasting impression.
First-round draft pick Kelvin Benjamin went high into the air on Saturday to make a one-handed snag with two defenders draped all over him. The play by the Florida State wide receiver was so impressive that general manager Dave Gettleman bent over and grabbed his knees.
Then he stood and grabbed his heart.
Then he smiled.