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Walter Football 2018 Mock Draft (Panthers)

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23 minutes ago, 4Corners said:

This one is almost as terrible as the WF mock. Good grief 

Wasnt a fan of his either.

Cole hasnt looked that great at the switch over to center this year, and his stock has fallen some 

Sutton is the most over rated offensive prospect in this draft. He has size but his speed is very very overrated.  He also plays in a offense that is very limitedas far as routes it requires its WRs to run, so there is going to be a learning curve there.  

 

I did a 6 round fanspeak as well 

24: R1P24
 
WR CHRISTIAN KIRK
TEXAS A&M
56: R2P24
 
S DESHON ELLIOTT
TEXAS
85: R3P21
 
S ARMANI WATTS
TEXAS A&M
88: R3P24
 
C FRANK RAGNOW
ARKANSAS
127: R4P25
 
EDGE JOSH SWEAT (highly doubt ge drops to the 4th though)
FLORIDA STATE
202: R6P24
 
LB TEGRAY SCALES
INDIANA
 
 
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  • ROUND: 5 PICK: 24
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I think Ronnie Harrison , Christian Kirk, or Sam Hubbard are the best prospects for us in round 1 for where we will be drafting.  

Round 2 I'm looking at Anthony Miller, Nick Chubb, and a variety of solid RBs with some power and weight to replace stewart in the long term

Round 3 my favorite prospect is Fumagalli or again one of those power backs 

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I think it's time we start seriously looking at making O-line a priority. It doesn't matter how many weapons Cam has if he doesn't have time to get to his first read before he's on the run. It took a few years to build, but Dallas made their's a priority and look at the QB and RB play they got. It didn't matter who was plugged in at RB, the results were the same. If a WR drops that was ranked top 10 for whatever reason, kind of like Lattimore last year, then I have no problem going WR. I hate Cowturd, but I agree with him when he said, get your QB, protect him, then get him weapons. It's time to protect Cam, and get him a new QB coach. 

We need a legit WR1, but if there's a tackle or center that's worth the pick, I think we have to make it. 

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They’ve got what we need down.

DE, WR, CB/S in that order.

Given Trai, Norwell and Kalil are back still need oline. And RB would be after that.

Haven’t paid too much attention to the class I’m hoping for at least a DE and WR, we can work with the rest.

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51 minutes ago, SmokinwithWilly said:

I think it's time we start seriously looking at making O-line a priority. It doesn't matter how many weapons Cam has if he doesn't have time to get to his first read before he's on the run. It took a few years to build, but Dallas made their's a priority and look at the QB and RB play they got. It didn't matter who was plugged in at RB, the results were the same. If a WR drops that was ranked top 10 for whatever reason, kind of like Lattimore last year, then I have no problem going WR. I hate Cowturd, but I agree with him when he said, get your QB, protect him, then get him weapons. It's time to protect Cam, and get him a new QB coach. 

We need a legit WR1, but if there's a tackle or center that's worth the pick, I think we have to make it. 

Given everyone is back strong on the Oline we really just need a LT, while the most important position...it could be worse. A great Oline is hard to come by but I would not be mad in the slightest if the first pick was an LT even reaching a little.

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3 hours ago, joemac said:

That might be the worst possible mock for us. We have like 1 decent playmaker on offense, so let's draft 5 defenders!

We also have one playmaker on defense.

On top of that there's not a lot of offensive "playmakers" in this draft. 

This isn't the draft picks I'd go with, doubling down on rookie CBs again is definitely not a road I want to even consider, but to deny we don't need DE, CB and S help is

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I stopped reading Walter's Mocks when he said we needed to upgrade both corners. He clearly doesn't know our team.

 

We need safeties more than corners. Safety, Defensive end, receiver are our top 3 needs. 

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I’m cool with drafting defense as I believe we’d have a much better shot reworking the offense through veteran free agent receivers and tight ends. 

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I remember reading all the scouting reviews of players in the past. Hurney ALWAYS drafts that one guy that was a college corner that is scouted as "not a great fit for corner; could possibly switch to safety". and then it turns out that he actually sucks at all of those things and is out of the league in 2 years. So, go ahead and mark us down for one of those in the third.

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7 hours ago, LinvilleGorge said:

The problem with DEs is it's rare to find one ready to start as a rookie. They usually need a year or two of seasoning.

Pass rushers are actually easier to transition from college to pros, especially compared with safeties. Our interior line commands so much attention we don’t need a stud DE.

 

 

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These dudes at walterfootball have infintely been mocking us cornerbacks ever since 2015 and they still haven't stopped. We could draft 4 CBs this 2018 draft and they'd still be mocking us cornerbacks in 2019 with that same canned line of "they need to relpace josh norman"

And really , that may be part of the reason why we have gaping talent holes at saftey and WR and why we dont have any young DEs contributing. Its probably past time we had a much more balanced draft position wise , its better for the long term success of the roster imo. 

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Left Tackle...Left Tackle...Left Tackle....Left Tackle...... geeeezus   Give your QB time and keep him in one piece. Then WR, DE,  Secondary, and maybe a RB.

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6 hours ago, SmokinwithWilly said:

I think it's time we start seriously looking at making O-line a priority. It doesn't matter how many weapons Cam has if he doesn't have time to get to his first read before he's on the run. It took a few years to build, but Dallas made their's a priority and look at the QB and RB play they got. It didn't matter who was plugged in at RB, the results were the same. If a WR drops that was ranked top 10 for whatever reason, kind of like Lattimore last year, then I have no problem going WR. I hate Cowturd, but I agree with him when he said, get your QB, protect him, then get him weapons. It's time to protect Cam, and get him a new QB coach. 

We need a legit WR1, but if there's a tackle or center that's worth the pick, I think we have to make it. 

...give this man a cigar...

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