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!!!UPDATED!!! Reasonable but still a Dream [No Trades]

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I would pick Brandon Carter just for the Mohawk! Great mock draft.

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I would pick Brandon Carter just for the Mohawk! Great mock draft.

The dude is a beast.

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I only see a draft like this happening if the Panthers can acquire Jason Campbell. If we don't get a quarterback before the draft I see our first pick wasted on Colt McCoy. If we are able to get Campbell then the Panthers can do whatever they want with the last 7th roundpick whether it means drafting a wide receiver, quarterback, fullback, or kicker.

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tyson jackson went #3 last year as a 3-4 end. Alualu isnt that level, but he is on the level of ziggy hood, another 1st rounder. the bonus for any 3-4 team is that not only does he fit the 5 tech, he also has played it in college. i dont really think we have a shot at him. i wouldnt mind him at all, but with a lot of 3-4 teams out there and some just converting to the 3-4, i can see a very good experianced 5 tech a hot commodity. also he got a great deal of pressure and TFL out of that spot, which is a boon. his best production where in years where cal played a 3-4.

i am not a gilyard fan, as bump and run will completely shut him down. UF shut him down this way and the senior bowl takes that away from the dbs, so its not a fair gauge his senior bowl performance knowing his weakness couldnt be exposed due to the rules. is he good without contact at the line, sure. can he be a good returner, sure. same could be said of ryne robinson. in the 3rd i cant complain too much (i think price is a stronger bet for us with his size and speed, talks panthers have had with him, he is carter part II). he is a project. i like lafell but i cant see him realisticly dropping to us in the 3rd (same was said of connor so never really know for sure). slot might be his best role early, and if dj developes thats fine. could be breaston-esk or ryne robinson.

if damian williams is there in the 2nd like you said, we would be crazy to pass. best route runner out there, quick more than fast, good yac via shiftiness, and solid hands. not a full usc product as he was originally a razorback. also did i see keyshawn as a failure in your post? sure he wasnt great with us, but he didnt fail as pro like colbert or dj (so far). also steve smith of the giants would like a word on failed USC recievers. williams would be a solid addition as a #2 reciever for years, slot if someone like DJ does step it up. he would be a great fit in a win now mode, and a nice reliable target for moore. his speed is suspect and he doesnt have the potential of a gilyard or price but a solid day 1 contributor.

i want to trade down and target brandon ghee actually. i am not sold on marshal yet as a full time #2 cb. ghee is a special athlete that has stone hands. if he can break up a pass and keep his man from catching the ball, i dont care if he doesnt catch the ball, thats just a nice bonus. also ghee likes to mix it up in the run game too. would love for the WF guys to chime in on him. yeah a cb, but marshall's contract is 1 year, captin is a nice nickle guy.

my dream would be:

2nd- damian williams (or tate who i think is not happening, best of all would be price but not happening)

3rd- brandon ghee (javier arenas may slip to the 3rd, if niether then roberts or decker or ford even if wr is before it)

4th- torrell troup (NT anchor. earl mitchell is another corvey irvin project type that could fit if we dont get a DT early or want a real long term project with outstanding athletic ability)

6th-a-emmanuel sanders or antonio brown or stephen williams (want stephen bad)

6th-b-kavell conner or arthur moats (darryl sharpton is a guy i want but not gona be here and no 5th rounder)

6th-c-tim hiller or levi brown

7th- sergio render or bpa OL

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on the safety pick theres a player on the buccaqueers practice squad in emanuel cook that is just as good if not better than ward .. he went undrafted due to height and being an underclassmen .. he delivered a big hit at least twice a game

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Apparently you didn't read my comments on Tyson Alualu and the rest of the Carolina Panthers defensive tackles. You talked about how fast the offensive linemen were dropping last year [injury wise], well we were hit by the injury bug harder at the defensive tackle position than any other position on the roster. Damione Lewis, Maake Kemoeatu, and Hollis Thomas are all gone, and they were the first three players the Panthers went to at the start of the season. Just to give you an idea of how desperate we are for a defensive tackle in terms of inside pressure. Tyson Alualu has recorded 15 sacks in four seasons at California. That is 9 more sacks than the Panthers entire defensive tackle unit has combined. The Panthers current defensive tackle's have recorded 6 sacks in 18 combined years of play. As where Tyson Alualu has recorded 15 sacks in 4 years of play. Do you still think we don't need help at the defensive tackle position? :confused:

I'm just not a big fan of any DTs that are 2nd-3rd rounders this year. I would much rather get a guy like Raheem Brock and take a DE.

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I'm just not a big fan of any DTs that are 2nd-3rd rounders this year. I would much rather get a guy like Raheem Brock and take a DE.

I do understand where you a coming from, we are very slim when it comes to the whole defensive line.

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Apparently you didn't read my comments on Tyson Alualu and the rest of the Carolina Panthers defensive tackles. You talked about how fast the offensive linemen were dropping last year [injury wise], well we were hit by the injury bug harder at the defensive tackle position than any other position on the roster. Damione Lewis, Maake Kemoeatu, and Hollis Thomas are all gone, and they were the first three players the Panthers went to at the start of the season. Just to give you an idea of how desperate we are for a defensive tackle in terms of inside pressure. Tyson Alualu has recorded 15 sacks in four seasons at California. That is 9 more sacks than the Panthers entire defensive tackle unit has combined. The Panthers current defensive tackle's have recorded 6 sacks in 18 combined years of play. As where Tyson Alualu has recorded 15 sacks in 4 years of play. Do you still think we don't need help at the defensive tackle position? :confused:

How desperate are we for inside pressure again?

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