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Thoughts on Jonathan Cooper as a O-line draftee?

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While this season seems to be all over but the shouting (and enough of that has already started here on the Huddle!), I see that UNC's John Cooper is up for another national Dlineman award. He's a Wilmington product - played at John T. Hoggard High School - and has been pretty stellar for the Heels. What are your thoughts on the likelihood of him being available when our turn comes up in April., and how he might fit into the Panthers' defensive scheme?

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he is the 2nd rated OG and a top 50 pick.

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Hahahahaha oh man I'm just gonna leave this one alone.

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Yeah dude Coop is a guard. Would love to have him and certainly fills a need.

OT James Hurst is also going to be a high draft pick.

Heels OL has been one of the best in the country and a big reason why Gio had one of the best seasons ever for a Carolina RB.

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He's more of a zone blocking guard in the NFL from what I've heard. Not a huge kid, 6'3" and about 290 if I recall? Fug Hoggard in the ass. New Hanover High for the win.

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Has OL shot up to #1 on the team needs list?

Personally: OL #1, Safety #2, WR #3, DT #4

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Has OL shot up to #1 on the team needs list?

Personally: OL #1, Safety #2, WR #3, DT #4

I'm afraid it has.

Building a young talented line would do wonders for Cam.

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If he is there in round 3, sure.

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I'm afraid it has.

Building a young talented line would do wonders for Cam.

People hate on Cam because he struggles under center.

Tom Brady would struggle under center here.

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