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#1 carolina-chuck

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 01:46 PM

Posting this Mock Draft 2.0 for "Panthersguru14". He has not met requirements to post topic yet on the forum, so I am helping him once again. Lastly, "Bwood" please save the humor.


Perfect offseason 2.0
-Trade Jon Beason for a 3rd
-Trade D Will for a 5th
-Pick up Jairus Byrd in free agency
-So we now have a 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, two 5ths, 6th and a 7th.
-I think we will be picking 10-15 (all projections are based off of CBS Sports rankings)

1st round Jon Jenkins DT Georgia 6-3 358lbs
We need a replacement for Ron and Jon Jenkins can be that run stuffing gap filler. Also picking Jon could help extend Ron's career.

2nd round DeAndre Hopkins WR Clemson 6-1 200lbs
Hopkins is a great receiver with good hands, route running ability and speed. He simply has been overshadowed by Sammy Watkins, but proved he could be a #1 receiver when Sammy was suspended.

3rd round Carrington Byndom CB Texas 6-0 180 lbs
Solid cornerback from a historically strong football school. Plus I feel as if the current coaching staff is good at coaching corners considering Josh Norman is having a solid year as a rookie.

4th round Xavier Nixon OT Florida 6-5 314lbs Once again from a good school and plays tackle and could push Bell back inside to guard. And hopefully would be good enough to take over for Gross when he retires.

5th round Dominique Easley DT Florida 6-2 280 lbs
He would have time to develop behind Dwon Edwards for a couple of years before he had to play a full time role and we could have a tandem at DT for a long time with Jon Jenkins and Easley.

5th round Joseph Fauria TE UCLA 6-7 255lbs Fauria is a receiving TE and with his height could prove to be a great red zone threat for Cam.

6th round Lerentee McCray OLB Florida 6-2 249lbs
Always can use LB depth especially with the injuries in recent years.

7th round Travis Johnson DE San Jose State 6-3 245
Always can use pass rushers so why not take a fly on one late. Although undersized maybe with some time and bulk he could be a good rotational guy.

I feel with the addition of Byrd then we can pick up enough pieces on defense to be consistent year in and year out. With the possibility of traded or restructuring certain contracts we can afford to pick up at least one key free agent that will be able to come in learn the system and not make those "rookie" mistakes. If you don't like the mock remember I am just projecting the best players based on where we might draft and positions of need.

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 02:00 PM

Like the mock. I'd be koo with Jenkins, Hopkins, and Carrington. Also like the Nixon and Fauria picks. Though I think that Bell has really solidify that RT spot and it's his to lose. Bell IMO will be a player like Wharton, who can play multiple spot for us due to injuries on the line.

I'm just not sure if we can trade Dwill and Beason. And I'd like to keep Beason and play him at OLB if he comes back healthy.

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 02:49 PM

Don't want to trade either Beason or DLo, but it's a distinct possibility. That being said I really like this scenario, except the OT unless HE can play OG. Bell is playing very well outside, I don't understand the urge to move him inside. We don't know if he can even play inside.

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 03:36 PM

I think we need a number 1 receiver if we are going to pick one

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 03:46 PM

Don't want to trade either Beason or DLo, but it's a distinct possibility. That being said I really like this scenario, except the OT unless HE can play OG. Bell is playing very well outside, I don't understand the urge to move him inside. We don't know if he can even play inside.


Agree

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 03:50 PM

I think we need a number 1 receiver if we are going to pick one


You don't think Hopkins can be a number 1?

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 03:52 PM

I think we need a number 1 receiver if we are going to pick one


Yea if somehow we starts winning games and put ourself out of a chance to land Star or Hankins, I'd go receiver in a Allen, Hunter, Twill or Woods. And then go DT like a Jesse Williams or Sylvester Williams in the 2nd. Assuming we can pickup a Byrd or Goldshon in FA.

If not, I'd go receiver 1st, FS (Lester, Jefferson, McDonald) 2nd and pick up a DT through FA. Though this, I'd be really jealous next year seeing Star and Hankins both performing well and knowing we could've have one of them, and I know the two of them will.

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 03:55 PM

Like the mock. I'd be koo with Jenkins, Hopkins, and Carrington. Also like the Nixon and Fauria picks. Though I think that Bell has really solidify that RT spot and it's his to lose. Bell IMO will be a player like Wharton, who can play multiple spot for us due to injuries on the line.

I'm just not sure if we can trade Dwill and Beason. And I'd like to keep Beason and play him at OLB if he comes back healthy.


I guess we don't have to trade Beason because we could use the depth, but why keep deangelo?

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 03:57 PM

Just saying but if RR is still the HC next year, I gurantee the first two players that he will bring in to look at will be Star and Hankins. Remember, Rivera brought in Brockers very, very early in to look at. He knows he wanna upgrade the DT position. IMO, Brockers was just too raw to where he chose to pass on him. I don't think he will this time if he can on a Star or Hankins.

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 03:58 PM

I guess we don't have to trade Beason because we could use the depth, but why keep deangelo?


It's hard to trade a player with a contract like that. And let's face it, Dwill is our home run threat. Dwill set the game for Stewart to come in. Somehow, Rivera just sees it differently.

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 04:21 PM

It's hard to trade a player with a contract like that. And let's face it, Dwill is our home run threat. Dwill set the game for Stewart to come in. Somehow, Rivera just sees it differently.


I agree I guess the reason I was doing it this way was because I want more picks but I'll be okay with what picks we have as long as they're good.

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 04:58 PM

I don't think DeAngelo's contract will be an issue this offseason, but if we use him like we should then he has a lot of value to the offense and is a fixture in the lockerroom and the community. I'm a big DLo fan, I just hate losing good guys.

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 05:12 PM

Don't want to trade either Beason or DLo, but it's a distinct possibility. That being said I really like this scenario, except the OT unless HE can play OG. Bell is playing very well outside, I don't understand the urge to move him inside. We don't know if he can even play inside.

By what standard is Bell playing "very well"? He's okay, and its always nice to have UDFA turn into useful players, but he is a lower tier RT by the standards of NFL starters. It's like some people are so used to terrible play that any time a player doesn't completely stink they are playing "really well".

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 05:33 PM

I agree I guess the reason I was doing it this way was because I want more picks but I'll be okay with what picks we have as long as they're good.


Lol, yea I see what you're seeing.
Nothings wrong with wanting more picks. I do too.

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 05:35 PM

I don't think DeAngelo's contract will be an issue this offseason, but if we use him like we should then he has a lot of value to the offense and is a fixture in the lockerroom and the community. I'm a big DLo fan, I just hate losing good guys.


Agree, I love DWill too.


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