“Yeah, I heard Steve say that,” said Dwayne Jarrett. "And I don't blame him. I don't want to be a No. 1 receiver either."
This much is evident by Jarrett's tenure in Carolina, in which he has amassed 388 yards in three years with the team. In the last game of the season, Jarrett did catch his first touchdown pass from Matt Moore, inspiring hope in Carolina fans.
Jarrett, however, doesn't anticipate moving up the gameday roster any time soon.
"I've been here three years already," Jarrett said. "I've been the third receiver, the fourth receiver. A lot of Sundays I haven't even been activated. I don't want to be one of those guys who just can't let it go. Just like Carter and Colbert made way for me, I've got to prepare for someone else to come in and take my place."
Most analysts suspect the Panthers will indeed draft a wide receiver, possibly with their first pick. When asked who that might be, Jarrett wouldn't mention any names.
"You just never know who could come in and compete for the fourth or fifth-receiver spot," said Jarrett. "Maybe I'm a little biased, but I'd look at someone out of USC."
Edited by Beaux Berry, 01 April 2010 - 01:30 PM.