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ZackAttack23's 2013 Panthers Mock Draft

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Okay guys, it's halfway through the season and I felt like I had to do a 2013 mock draft. This will be my 1st one for 2013. The Panthers have some areas of need and they hope to fill those needs through the draft and free agency. I will only do the draft for this one. I'm gonna put in players where the Panthers would pick if they happened to stay where they were in the league standings, which I don't think they will. Also I will do potential trades after the season for my mock off-season, but I wont do that till like February. Anyway, Here we go!!!!!!!

Round 1:

Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah 6-3 320 Lbs.

We need a big, young Defensive Tackle to grow with the defense. Star is very strong at the point of attack, he can shed double teams very well, and fast for his size. Getting one this talented will help a lot.

Round 2:

Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon St. 5-11 190 Lbs.

Has very good coverage skills and can return kickoffs.

Round 4:

Stedman Bailey, WR, West Virginia 5-10 195 Lbs.

Would be another good option for Cam and Co. to use on offense as well as special teams. I know some may want a WR earlier to start besides Steve and put LaFell 3rd on depth chart, but we should wait till the 2014 draft.

Round 5:

Alvin Bailey, OG, Arkansas 6-5 320 Lbs.

Is really good at run-blocking and improving at pass-protection. Would backup Geoff Hangartner and take over in a year or two,

Round 6:

Chris Thompson, RB, Florida St. 5-8 187 Lbs.

Would be nice to have a scat back.

Round 7:

Jordan Kovacs, SS, Michigan 5-11 197 Lbs.

To have depth at the position is always good and he will help on special teams.

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I could dig it.

I think that FS > CB as far as needs go, unless there's a can't miss prospect.

That is of course if we don't clear it up in free agency.

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-Love Star.

-But why take a CB in the second? Where's our FS help? And if you were going to take one, why not a Carrington Byndom or Xavier Rhodes?

-Wouldnt mind S. Bailey but he's 5'10. And dnt say 89 is 5'8.

-No way A. bailey is there in the 5th. 5th??

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Other than the 1st pick, I don't like anything else.

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heh, only 2 players 6' or taller in that draft, the two linemen. made me chuckle.

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-Love Star.

-But why take a CB in the second? Where's our FS help? And if you were going to take one, why not a Carrington Byndom or Xavier Rhodes?

-Wouldnt mind S. Bailey but he's 5'10. And dnt say 89 is 5'8.

-No way A. bailey is there in the 5th. 5th??

Trust me, by the time the draft rolls around you will know about Poyer. Btw I think Byndom and Rhodes will be gone by the time we draft in the 2nd.

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Oh look guys... I'm not the only one picking Poyer in the 2nd round.... http://walterfootball.com/draft2013charlie_2.php

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Stedman Bailey is a beast. We'd be lucky to find him in the 4th and I would love it. I've watched a lot of WVU games and this guy is a stud. First, his conditioning is amazing. Him AND Tavon Austin. They don't take plays off, and are constantly going long/running in that offense. Don't worry about his size, he has amazing speed and catching ability, he would be a perfect guy to replace Steve Smith when he leaves. Seems to have great character.

I'm not sure we need CB over FS now either. I'd go so far to say, if there is a elite/great caliber safety in our team we need to use our first round pick on them.

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Oh look guys... I'm not the only one picking Poyer in the 2nd round.... http://walterfootbal...13charlie_2.php

yea probably after looking at Walterfootball Mock, did you tried to be smart and mocked Poyer to us and then give credits back to yourself lol

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