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Yes at UT's. pro day. Hunter and Rogers were there to. It wasn't a private workout.

Look at the post above yours.

Wasn't "private" but he worked out specifically for the Panthers.

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Yes at UT's. pro day. Hunter and Rogers were there to. It wasn't a private workout.

@GrantRamey@GrantRamey21 Mar

Cordarrelle Patterson is working out for the Panthers right now wearing a shirt that says "I'm that guy." Subliminal NFL Draft messages.


Justin Hunter is also part of the workout with the Carolina Panthers inside the Neyland-Thompson Sports Complex.


according to the beat writer for UT they also had a workout with Hunter and Patterson.

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The pro day was the 20th. The 21st wad the private workouts with CP and JH.

ah thanks for clearing that up ;)

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Based on who the Panther's have worked out, first round is either a WR, Safety or DE with the second round being either DT, OL, DB or WR. Unless someone like Johnson falls to the 14th I think that's about what it looks like.

Based on everything so far, I'll stick with the team going

1st - WR

2nd - CB

4th - DT

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Azusa-Pacific's Luke Marquardt, a 6-8 (1/2), 315-pounder whose athleticism convinced more than half of the league to send scouts to the west coast Thursday for a late workout. He didn't run timed drills Thursday but did impress during positional workouts and NFLDraftScout.com has confirmed that he has at least eight private workouts and/or visits scheduled. Among those were stops he's already had with the Carolina Panthers and 49ers.


Logan (6-foot-3, 287 pounds) played only defensive tackle at LSU as he started the last two seasons before declaring for the draft as a junior. Logan visited the Carolina Panthers on Thursday.


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Quarterback Prospects

  • Ryan Nassib, Syracuse – 3rd Round

Wide Receiver Prospects

  • DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson - 1st Round
  • Tavon Austin, West Virginia - 1st Round
  • Coraderrelle Patterson, Tennessee – 1st Round
  • Justin Hunter, Tennessee – 1st Round
  • Keenan Allen, Cal – 2nd Round
  • Stedman Bailey, West Virginia - 2nd Round
  • Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech – 3rd Round
  • Ryan Swope, Texas A&M – 3rd Round
  • Conner Vernon, Duke - 5th Round
  • Aaron Mellette, Elon – 6th Round
  • Eric Rogers, Cal Lutheran – 7th Round or UDFA
  • Tyrone Goard, Eastern Kentucky – 7th Round or UDFA

Offensive Guard Prospects

  • Edmond Kugbila, Valdosta State – 7th Round or UDFA

Offensive Tackle Prospects

  • Lane Johnson, Oklahoma – 1st Round
  • D.J. Fluker, Alabama - 2nd Round
  • Terron Armstead, Arkansas Pine-Bluff – 2nd Round
  • Chris Faulk, LSU – 5th Round
  • Luke Marquardt, Azusa Pacific – 6th Round

Tight End Prospects

  • Gavin Escobar, San Diego State – 2nd Round
  • Kevin Finney, Richmond - 7th Round or UDFA

Kicker/Punter Prospects

  • Dustin Hopkins, Florida State – 6th Round

Defensive Tackle Prospects

  • Sharrif Floyd, Florida - 1st Round
  • Sylvester Williams, UNC – 1st Round
  • Datone Jones, UCLA - 1st Round
  • Kawann Short, Purdue – 2nd Round
  • Akeem Spence, Illinois – 5th Round
  • Michael Brooks, ECU – 7th Round or UDFA

Defensive End Prospects

  • Ziggy Ansah, BYU – 1st Round
  • David Bass, Missouri Western State - 5th Round

Linebacker Prospects

  • Barkevious Mingo, LSU – 1st Round
  • Gerald Hodges, Penn State - 4th Round
  • Brandon Hepburn, Florida A&M – 7th Round – UDFA

Cornerback Prospects

  • Sanders Commings, Georgia - 3rd Round
  • Robert Alford, SE Louisiana - 4th Round
  • Dwayne Gratz, UConn – 4th Round
  • Blidi Wreh-Wilson, UConn – 4th Round
  • Kayvon Webster, USF - 6th Round

Safety Prospects

  • Kenny Vaccaro, FS Texas – 1st Round
  • Jonathan Cyprien, SS FIU - 1st Round
  • Matt Elam, SS Florida – 2nd Round
  • Duke Williams, SS Utah State - 4th Round
  • Zeke Motta, SS Notre Dame – 6th Round


Until yesterday, I was only aware of five defensive tackles that the Panthers had brought in for a private visit: Shariff Floyd, Sylvester Williams, Kawann Short, Akeem Spence, and Brandon Williams.


Larry Warford of Kentucky is listed as our #3 guard and graded as a second round choice. Personally I see Warford off the board by pick 45. For the most part his list of official visits suggests the same as the teams expending an official visit on Warfrod include the Tennessee Titans, St Louis Rams, Cleveland Browns, Carolina Panthers and Cincinnati Bengals.


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The Carolina Panthers worked out Harding DL Ty Powell.

Powell could be a good fit in the Panthers' 4-3 defense as a strong-side linebacker. He's versatile and could be used as a drop-back linebacker, as NFL.com's Gil Brandt suggests. It was reported last month by National Football Post's Russ Lande that Powell could be a third-round pick.


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check this nugget out

Central Michigan T Eric Fisher tells Pro Football Talk he has visited the Jaguars, Eagles, Lions, Browns and Panthers.

There's been rumors that the Chiefs could select him No. 1 overall but haven't visited with him, interestingly enough. As one can see, he's also visited with the Carolina Panthers but we don't expect him to fall that far. He'll go top 5 at worst, we think.


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