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With the 1st pick in the 2013 NFL draft, the Carolina Panthers select....

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Draft whatever AJ Green-like WR is atop the draft class this year. I don't follow college ball, so is there one?!?

Keenan Allen.

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Anyone who actually believes we will have the #1 pick is either a troll or dilusional.

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Keenan Allen is my guy...deep deep draft for oLine, possible stud in the 2nd. Best db avail from there out.

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I would say the wr from USC that put monster numbers yesterday but....... He's from USC LOL

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I would say the wr from USC that put monster numbers yesterday but....... He's from USC LOL

He's also only a sophmore.

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He's also only a sophmore.

Meh... don't really watch college ball. Nonetheless the guy looked phenomenal in the highlights from esp.

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Anyone who actually believes we will have the #1 pick is either a troll or dilusional.

It's a distinct possibility

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