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Drinking the Eric Norwood Koolaid

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Its no secret that I am a huge Gamecocks fan. I really think Norwood will develope in to a great player for the Panthers. Not really sure on where they will play him or how they will use him.

Maybe get him to gain weight and be a pass rushing DE or use him at LB somewhere. All I know is from what I watched for all four years at SC is that he is always around the ball and plays with great intensity.

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...always pegged you for a fan of the cocks...

Jedi troll is trolling...

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Any thoughts on where the Panthers might use him?

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Any thoughts on where the Panthers might use him?

lol

OLB primarily, with some end duty in rotation during passing downs...

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Any thoughts on where the Panthers might use him?

They will use him as a 3rd down pass rusher. He doesn't have the coverage skills for a strong side LB, also there is already a competition between Connor and Anderson for that position. We don't run a 3-4 so he can't be like Demarcus Ware or Terell Suggs and put his hand on the ground every few plays. He selected #92 (Lineman or Passrushing LB number). I am pretty sure you will see his hand on the ground more than him standing up. I look forward to some production from him this season.

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lol

OLB primarily, with some end duty in rotation during passing downs...

True, he could be used to rotate in with Thomas Davis on Weak Side LB duties. Keep our legs fresh.

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He was one of my favorite picks...he will have a impact as a pass rushing OLB/DE

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although his coverage skills are not his strength right now let's also remember that thomas davis wasn't good in coverage when he first came here. i see playing SLB on some plays and rushing the passer on third and long

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Special teams written all over him.

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He'lll eventually start on the outside... It may be a few years down the road, but I bet you it is sooner...

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