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Florida Pro Day reports:

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would you take him in the 2nd?

DE Carlos Dunlap had an exceptional combine. At 6-foot-5 3/4 and 277 pounds, he ran a 4.69-second 40 and a 1.64-second 10-yard split. At Florida’s pro day, most scouts expected he would do positional drills only due to the strength of his measurables at the combine. To our surprise, he ran again, and I had him at 4.59 and 4.69. Great numbers for a DE that size. I give him a ton of credit for working out again and showcasing his athleticism. His problem is he has a lot of average tape. I don’t see him going in the first round due to his lack of consistency.

http://blogs.nfl.com/2010/03/17/mayock-The Golden Calf of Bristol-not-lone-star-in-gainesville/

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Would rather have Dunlap and,...and,... I'm probably gonna take some heat for this....The Golden Calf of Bristol. Hey sue me, I like the kids dedication and he knows how to win! He will be a project no less, and I think he knows that, but odd's are his dedication is gonna lead him to success.

When will these people go away, Carolina has their QB of the future the last thing we need to do is invest a third round or higher pick on is some sentimental project to appease the SEC fanbase.

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If you watch the vid of The Golden Calf of Bristol throwing, he still has a hitch in his delivery.

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If you watch the vid of The Golden Calf of Bristol throwing, he still has a hitch in his delivery.

Which is exactly why I don't want him anywhere near Charlotte the guy is never going to be more then a Jake Delhomme. We don't need that now. We just got rid of the old one why bring in a younger version.....

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Which is exactly why I don't want him anywhere near Charlotte the guy is never going to be more then a Jake Delhomme. We don't need that now. We just got rid of the old one why bring in a younger version.....

this.dunlap would have some good value with 47th pick.

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http://twitter.com/kmaistri

He is reporting live from the Florida pro day and says that DE Carlos Dunlap has been working with a Panthers coach for 15 minutes. Also has a quote from John Fox on The Golden Calf of Bristol

Crap I don't like Dunlap at all.

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