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#11 BigSyke

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 10:35 AM

lol chuck, stop troliin that man. im just saying king could be a deep threat option but hes underrated to me...unlike aj green was when he came out. im not saying hes the next aj green lol im just saying that it could be the best option in LATER rounds if panthers dont go wr in 1 or 2 rounds. that is all. lol

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 10:56 AM

I sometimes think that Chuck might be JR trolling the huddle on a daily basis.

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 10:58 AM

Double post. I guess I wouldn't mind us taking a look at someone like this, but we already have a long list of mid-late rounds wr talent on this team. we need a star. I hope we find a way to trade down and grab another 2nd round pick. That way we can deal with both o-line, d-line, and wr in the first 2 rounds.

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 11:13 AM

I don't personally think we need to go WR this year. I know that a #1 wr is a need and has been for years to replace Smith but we have too many holes this yr to work on that. I am tired of picking mid round wr's and hoping for a superstar when that is just rare for the position to get late.

Now on KIng, I really like him, he has great speed. He shows good quickness with decent hands. Route running is ok, the effort is there . I wouldn't mind him late but I still want multiple Offensive lineman and secondary early.

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 11:14 AM

A lot of the georgia fans around here question his hands. I can't recall many games where I didn't hear. "If king would stop dropping the damn ball maybe we'd be winning right now or winning by more" etc.

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 02:04 PM

@KMAN72

yeah i rather have a 1st round talent too but i think this is the best panthers will pick up due to o/dline/backs needs.

if panthers had a competent GM they could have been found a lower round WR that could make an impact like ty hilton, cecil shorts, emanuel sanders,eric decker, mike williams, jimmy graham, antonio brown, and mike wallace.

lol at the steelers drafting ALL their WR in LATE rounds. sanders was 3rd,,,,,WALLACE was a 4th......brown was a 6th....panthers need that kind of GM. lol

currently half of the panther fans would kill themselves for wallace, who is probably the most sought after wr free agent, this year.

what im trying to say is its all about scouting talent correctly to know which will translate to the next level and the ones who will not.

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 02:52 PM

King is a good player, has the potential to be a team's #1. He's fast, can get open, etc. It's going to take him a while to adjust to the NFL game.

He compares heavily to a very raw, unpolished Davone Bess. If he's there in the 4th round, there's not going to be a better option.

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 03:49 PM

Eventually I want the Panthers to draft a 6'4" jump ball receiver with good body control and hands. To me that fits Cam's skillset the best. That gives us the threat of the pass in the redzone. If you're gonna be short you better be a late round pick beast which this guy could be. Speed is great, the NFL is built on speed. But you need a guy that will work on everything, hands, body control, routes, Steve wasn't great because he was explosive. Steve was great because he took everything to the next level. He became physical, worked on his hands, adjustments in the air, and blocking. It's not easy to draft a Steve Smith. Lot's of guys are fast but do they want to get physical the way Steve did?

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 04:55 PM

Eventually I want the Panthers to draft a 6'4" jump ball receiver with good body control and hands. To me that fits Cam's skillset the best. That gives us the threat of the pass in the redzone. If you're gonna be short you better be a late round pick beast which this guy could be. Speed is great, the NFL is built on speed. But you need a guy that will work on everything, hands, body control, routes, Steve wasn't great because he was explosive. Steve was great because he took everything to the next level. He became physical, worked on his hands, adjustments in the air, and blocking. It's not easy to draft a Steve Smith. Lot's of guys are fast but do they want to get physical the way Steve did?


You just described Hunter.

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 05:08 PM

Eventually I want the Panthers to draft a 6'4" jump ball receiver with good body control and hands. To me that fits Cam's skillset the best. That gives us the threat of the pass in the redzone. If you're gonna be short you better be a late round pick beast which this guy could be. Speed is great, the NFL is built on speed. But you need a guy that will work on everything, hands, body control, routes, Steve wasn't great because he was explosive. Steve was great because he took everything to the next level. He became physical, worked on his hands, adjustments in the air, and blocking. It's not easy to draft a Steve Smith. Lot's of guys are fast but do they want to get physical the way Steve did?



oh yeah no doubt. ive said before that newton needed a big target. but unless you go after a wr in 1st or 2nd round you wont be getting a tall guy like that.

the only thing they could get like that is tight end in later rounds..which would not be all bad since newton did decent with those two UM te's.


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