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Stedman Bailey visiting Panthers today

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Either 2nd or 3rd round pick. Think he will be a good receiver and ST player. Defiantly slot or #2 WR. Best route runner and hands of all the wide receivers in the draft and makes the hard catches in traffic.

I wouldn't say that. Patton and Hopkins can put claim to that as well. Allen is a pretty good route runner to.

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I wouldn't say that. Patton and Hopkins can put claim to that as well. Allen is a pretty good route runner to.

I didnt a lot of scouts and pro's did. He is a player that people will say a few years ago from know that he was the steal of the draft.

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I didnt a lot of scouts and pro's did. He is a player that people will say a few years ago from know that he was the steal of the draft.

A lot of scouts have said the same about the other 3 guys as well.

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Im a big advocate of drafting Bailey. 2nd round wouldnt bother me a bit. He just flat out makes plays. He will be a very good pro.

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I like Bailey, but it's hard not to think of him in terms of a consolation prize for not getting Tavon Austin.

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I see him as a 3rd round prospect.

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Seriously...Who?

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Were bringing in a lot of receivers who produced a lot of production at their schools. Which is cool

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