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#1 Untouchable

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 06:49 PM

I'm not going to project any trades even though I'd like to slide back in either Round 1 or 2 to grab extra picks.



Round 1 - Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida
A good UT is harder to find and Floyd has shown the ability to not only to get penetration and be disruptive, but also stop the run (where Dwan Edwards has really struggled). Floyd also has a good motor which is something I love to see from a D-lineman. The major knock on Floyd seems to be his technique which can be coached up. Sheldon Richardson and Lane Johnson are also options here but Richardson has his struggles against the run and Johnson appears to be a reach at 14.

Round 2 - Dallas Thomas, OT, Tennessee
I struggle with this pick because there was a reason Thomas was moved inside to guard and I'm looking for him to at least start at RT this year and then move over to LT. Thomas is certainly capable of being the heir to Gross though so I'll stick with him. Quinton Patton is a very close second here (love his ability to break down a corner with his route running). WR Da'Rick Rogers, CBs Logan Ryan and Jordan Poyer are also getting long looks (this is where moving down in the first gives you much more flexibility).

Round 4 - Gerald Hodges, OLB, Penn St.
Some injury history and over-paid contracts at the linebackers has me looking at Hodges here. Extremely productive at linebacker U. Has the range to get sideline to sideline and is a good tackler. Not a position of need but a potential starter in the future as a bunch of our linebackers are close to 30. At the very least good depth going forward. DTs Jordan Hill and Kwame Geathers, S JJ Wilcox, CB BW Webb all strong possibilities here as well.

Round 5 - Matt Scott, QB, Arizona
Looking for a backup here even if DA leaves in free agency. He has the size, arm and athleticism for the NFL and in the Cam mold. Needs to bulk up a little though. Bye Jimmy.

Round 6 - Manase Foketi, OT, West Texas A&M
Dominated at LT against the lower competition. Athletic for a big man and possesses a mean streak. Could stay at tackle in NFL but at the very least looks like a good developmental pick for either tackle or guard. Rogers Gaines from Tennessee St. gets essentially the same praise so they would be interchangable here.

Round 6 - Terry Hawthorne, CB, Illinois
Bad D at Illinois, Good CB. Bring him in and throw him in with Thomas, Norman, Dockery and Ness to see what he can do. Munerlynn is likely leaving anyway. WR Brian Kauffman another possibility.


Round 6 - Quanterous Smith, DE, Western Kentucky
Beat Alabama's tackles for 3 sacks (2 on Fluker) this year and has had very good production over his 2 years of starting. Speedy DE with ideal height at 6'5" but needs to add some weight and is coming off an ACL injury. Take a chance and add some depth. S Cooper Taylor would be someone else to look at here.



NT, WR and secondary were largely ignored. I feel like we could target a Sammie Lee Hill or Terrance Kingston for NT in free agency. Our secondary is developing, if we can keep making our front 7 stronger, they will be respectable again. And with so many young WRs on the roster someone has to start getting it right? Gettis, Pilares, Adams, Murphy, Edwards....come on someone.

#2 BigSyke

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 07:07 PM

uh uh honey dat aint gone work (gay man voice) lol

got to have wr man that lil group aint gone cut it. lol

#3 koolkatluke

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 07:26 PM

No cb until the 6th and a olb in the 4th? Noooooooooooooooo!

#4 BigSyke

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 07:28 PM

No cb until the 6th and a olb in the 4th? Noooooooooooooooo!



when you coming out with a mock?

#5 Kuech the Sneak

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 07:29 PM

Just play Dallas Thomas at RG, looks better at guard anyways

#6 Untouchable

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 08:13 PM

While I agree with the lack of WR and CB. There are too many holes that need to be filled and without trading down there are too few high draft picks to fill them. Unless you grab a CB or WR in the first 2 rounds you're only going to get another guy in the rotation.

#7 Pejorative Miscreant

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 09:01 PM

Round 5 - Matt Scott, QB, Arizona
Looking for a backup here even if DA leaves in free agency. He has the size, arm and athleticism for the NFL and in the Cam mold. Needs to bulk up a little though. Bye Jimmy.




I like the effort in trying to address need and realize that you cant please everyone. and no matter what there are going to be holes to fill. That said, here are my comments:

1. Not totally convinced that the guys you have slated for our 1st two picks will be the best available in those positions where we pick but they are both solid in their respective positions. I could be totally wrong on this but it is just my opinion as of this date.

2. Not a big fan of the LB in the 4th either but given cap issues with Anderson, injury history with TD and the status of Beason it may be the unexpected pick if someone is available here that grades out well.

3. Replacing a backup QB that cant play with a 5th round draft pick QB that cant play is not a solution.

4. 6th round is always a shot in the dark but will take a look at the prospects.

Overall, I dislike this draft a lot however, this definitely puts a different spin on the draft in general and adds to the discussion.

Just because I don't agree with it does not mean its not a good post.

#8 Herbert The Love Bug

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 09:29 PM

you're right. I wouldn't touch that with a 30 foot pole

#9 Swaggasaurus

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 11:37 PM

I like it. Totally on board with Sammie Lee or Knighton. Don't like the Floyd pick, as others have stated its time for a blue chip WR. I mean I like Floyd but wasting firsts on DT has proven to be unsuccessful in building Championship calibre team

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Posted 31 January 2013 - 02:55 AM

Just wouldn't be a Panthers draft if we didn't pick a guy coming off of a major injury.


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