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Mr. Scot

Who's your "prime target"?

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Star, Austin, or Cyprien in no particular order.

I'd be happy with Keenan Allen if he has a good workout and runs well.

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A small trade down and Kawann Short !

Short is a first rounder.

My ideal draft looks like this:

If Tavon Austin is there @ 14, try to work a trade with the Rams or Vikings (both with multiple first rounders) for an add'l 2nd round pick and 4th rounder. For example, trade with the Rams for their #22 and their 2nd rounder and perhaps 4th rounder for #14. Then, with the traded picks, take Jonathan Cyrien (SS) or Keenan Allen (WR if he works out well) with 1st rounder; Kawan Short (UT) @ #44; and Stedman Bailey (WR) or BPA @ DB, DL or OL with Rams second rounder. With the two (2) fourth rounders, take BPA of whatever we missed with the prior picks.

If no viable trade can be worked out, then I'm ok with taking Austin or BPA..

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Trade down for a second rounder and draft Jesse Williams.

He is a bit raw, but stopping the run on defense starts at the NT position.

In the second round, take a Justin Hunter or DeAndre Hopkins and grab a Larry Warford or Barrett Jones.

Later, find a developmental 3 technique to rotate with Dwan at under tackle. Bennie Logan, Josh Boyd, etc.

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Based on players that should be there at 14, no doubt TAVON AUSTIN and SHELDON RICHARDSON.

Both are beasts. Tavon is dynamic and adding him to the offense with Cam would be even more scarier. Put him in the backfield, in the slot, run reverses, whatever you wanna do with him.

Sheldon is a tremendous interior pass rusher but is also very good at the point of attack. Sure, he's an UT but he's going to force double team all day long leaving CJ/Hardy to have one on one matchups, and Kuechly running freely.

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What do Steve Smith, Armanti Edwards, Joe Adams, Kealoha Pilares, James Shaw, and Ted Ginn all have in common?

If you said they were Panther receivers under 5'11" you would be correct!!!!!

If we draft a receiver, I hope he is at least 6'

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What do Steve Smith, Armanti Edwards, Joe Adams, Kealoha Pilares, James Shaw, and Ted Ginn all have in common?

If you said they were Panther receivers under 5'11" you would be correct!!!!!

If we draft a receiver, I hope he is at least 6'

Patterson?

I get the meaning, but DeSean Jackson is only 5'10 and we do have LaFell.

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What do Steve Smith, Armanti Edwards, Joe Adams, Kealoha Pilares, James Shaw, and Ted Ginn all have in common?

If you said they were Panther receivers under 5'11" you would be correct!!!!!

If we draft a receiver, I hope he is at least 6'

Well, name me a receiver in Panthers history that is considered good who's over 5'11, other than Moose.

Height matters huh?

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Patterson?

I get the meaning, but DeSean Jackson is only 5'10 and we do have LaFell.

No to Patterson. I just don't see him being able to give something in right away. I have Austin, Keenan, Hunter, and Woods ahead of Pat

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If Star falls that would be my dream, but I doubt he's there at 14.

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Well, name me a receiver in Panthers history that is considered good who's over 5'11, other than Moose.

Height matters huh?

In 2012, lets look at the league leading touchdown recievers

James Jones (14) 6’1’’

Erin Decker (13) 6’4’’

Dez Bryant (12) 6’2’’

A.J. Green (11) 6’4’’

Rob Gronkowski (11) 6’6’’

Brandon Marshall (11) 6’4’’

Marques Colston (10) 6’4’’

Victor Cruz (10) 6’0’’

Actually, not a single player under 6' caught more than 8 TD passes. I would say height matters

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