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"You sound like you're from London"

 

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Free Agency/Signings

 

Farewell to…

Greg Hardy (3rd Round Compensation 2015.  Sorry folks, no tag and trade)

Charles Godfrey (Drop in June, open up $5.1 mil in cap space)

Brandon LaFell (Pretty much a given)

Wharton (He played great but for some reason I don't see him back/being re-signed)

 

Re-Greetings to…

Mike Mitchell

Derek Anderson

Jordan Gross

Ted Ginn Jr.

Graham Gano

Jordan Senn 

Jason Williams

Ben Hartsock

--would love Mikell back

 

Greetings to…

 

Zack Bowman CB

Khalif Barnes RT

Chad Rinehart OG

 

 

...now moving along....

 

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2014 Mock Draft

 

1

ALLEN ROBINSON | WR Penn State (6’3 210)

 

Not available: Martin (OT), Kouandijo (OT), Lee (WR), Lewan (OT), Pryor (FS), Benjamin (WR)

 

Get the size-athleticism combo for a guy with great upside who can be an instant impact to this offense.  I love Beckham Jr. as well if the guys listed are gone. 

 

 

 

2

JARVIS LANDRY | WR LSU (6’0 195)

 

We double tap on WRs early because of the value available.  There is a very solid group and one or two of the top-10 will be available in the 2nd imo.  Landry has arguably the best hands in the country.  If he isn’t there: D. Adams or Matthews could be and near the top of our board.  If not, I like Fuller (CB), Murphy (DE), and Richardson (OT).

 

 

 

3

BILLY TURNER | OT North Dakota St. (RT) (6’5 316)

 

Turner is a lineman to keep an eye on for our RT spot amongst the likes of Bitioni and Moses.  I think he’s a solid fit for us and is great value here.  Could be a 2nd rounder come draft day.   

 

 

 

4

YES!àZACH MOORE | DE (6’6 285)

 

Remember this name.  Moore seems very much like a Gettleman type and is a strong fit in our defense.  He can line up at multiple spots on the line and plays with great tenacity.  His draft status will definitely be rising and overall had an extremely strong collegiate career.

 

 

5

WALT AIKENS | CB Liberty (6’1 205)

 

Another prospect that seems like a solid Panther mold.  There are some quality articles on this guy and looks like a possible fit in our D backfield.  

 

 

6

BENNETT JACKSON | CB Notre Dame (6’0 187)

 

 

7

DEZMEN SOUTHWARD | SS Wisconsin (6’0 206)

 

Rounding out the draft with the secondary in mind.  

 

 

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Salud.

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2014 Panthers Roster:

 

OFFENSE

 

QB

Cam Newton

*D. Anderson

 

RB

D. Williams

J. Stewart

Kenjon Barner

 

FB

Mike Tolbert

Richie Brockel

 

WR

Allen Robinson

Steve Smith

Jarvis Landry

Ted Ginn Jr.

Marvin McNutt

Tavares King

 

TE

Greg Olsen

Ben Hartsock

B. Williams

 

OL

Gross-Amini-Kalil-Rinehart-Turner

 

T (Barnes, Bond, Bell)

G/C (Kugbila, Chandler, Folkerts)

 

 

DEFENSE

 

DL

Johnson-Star-Short-Alexander/Moore

 

DE/DTs: Addison, Horton, Roh, Cole

 

LB

Davis

Kuechly

Klein

(Depth: Blackburn, Williams, Senn)

 

CB

Zach Bowman

Melvin White

Walt Aikens

Bennett Jackson

Drayton Florence

 

S

Mike Mitchell

Colin Jones

 

*Quentin Mikell (a maybe)

Robert Lester

Dezmen Southward

 

K/P

...Nortman & Gano round things out

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Like the draft.  Might receive some hate for going back to back for WR but the talent is tempting.  I would lean toward Beckham over Robinson but would not loose sleep with Robinson

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"You sound like you're from London"

bad187.jpg

Free Agency/Signings

Farewell to…

Greg Hardy (3rd Round Compensation 2015. Sorry folks, no tag and trade)

Charles Godfrey (Drop or massively restructure)

Brandon LaFell (Pretty much a given)

Re-Greetings to…

Mike Mitchell

Derek Anderson

Jordan Gross

Ted Ginn Jr.

Jordan Senn

Jason Williams

Ben Hartsock

--would love Mikell back

Greetings to…

Zack Bowman CB

Khalif Barnes RT

Chad Rinehart OG

...now moving along....

hot-beach-soccer-cheerleaders-1.jpg

2014 Mock Draft

1

ALLEN ROBINSON | WR Penn State (6’3 210)

Not available: Martin (OT), Kouandijo (OT), Lee (WR), Lewan (OT), Pryor (FS), Benjamin (WR)

Get the size-athleticism combo for a guy with great upside who can be an instant impact to this offense. I love Beckham Jr. as well if the guys listed are gone.

2

JARVIS LANDRY | WR LSU (6’0 195)

We double tap on WRs early because of the value available. There is a very solid group and one or two of the top-10 will be available in the 2nd imo. Landry has arguably the best hands in the country. If he isn’t there: D. Adams or Matthews could be and near the top of our board. If not, I like Fuller (CB), Murphy (DE), and Richardson (OT).

3

BILLY TURNER | OT North Dakota St. (RT) (6’5 316)

Turner is a lineman to keep an eye on for our RT spot amongst the likes of Bitioni and Moses. I think he’s a solid fit for us and is great value here. Could be a 2nd rounder come draft day.

4

YES!àZACH MOORE | DE (6’6 285)

Remember this name. Moore seems very much like a Gettleman type and is a strong fit in our defense. He can line up at multiple spots on the line and plays with great tenacity. His draft status will definitely be rising and overall had an extremely strong collegiate career.

5

WALT AIKENS | CB Liberty (6’1 205)

Another prospect that seems like a solid Panther mold. There are some quality articles on this guy and looks like a possible fit in our D backfield.

6

BENNETT JACKSON | CB Notre Dame (6’0 187)

7

DEZMEN SOUTHWARD | SS Wisconsin (6’0 206)

Rounding out the draft with the secondary in mind.

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Salud.

Thanks for including pics of hot girls instead of prospects!

Love the double dip at WR. I keep meaning to put together a mock and I have Robinson in the first too. I'm most likely going Moncrief in the second, and think Landry will be gone by our pick.

As much as I want them to double dip at WR, I just don't think it happens. We pass on WR's all the time. Ya Gman has only had one draft but still. History has me in a "see it to believe it" state of mind when it comes to drafting a WR.

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If the value is there I don't mind double dipping just like last year, I don't know zach Moore but I like billy turner and Bennett Jackson

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If the value is there I don't mind double dipping just like last year, I don't know zach Moore but I like billy turner and Bennett Jackson

That's the thing. We mentioned it in another thread but there's a really good possibility that the guys with the highest value in the first and second will be WR's.

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I like it, would ASJ be available in the first?

I'd love a WR/TE tandem.

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I like all of this and would be perfectly happy if this is the way it happened. The only reason that gettleman could decide not to double dip is the acquisition if king and McNutt late

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I like it, would ASJ be available in the first?

I'd love a WR/TE tandem.

 

ASJ is tempting as hell and I'd love to sneak him.  I went the Robinson route here but you'd have to think as the process unfolds and post-combine, ASJ will climb up some boards.  His abilities and size are just too good to pass on so he's definitely in the picture for us.    

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doing some research on Walt, because he is a long athletic CB with good feet(+++++++++). he is a local guy, coming from Harding HS in Charlotte.

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doing some research on Walt, because he is a long athletic CB with good feet(+++++++++). he is a local guy, coming from Harding HS in Charlotte.

 

I noticed that as well and being from a smaller school could be one of those prospects that pop out of nowhere a la Kugbila.  

 

http://www.newsadvance.com/sports/liberty_university/chris_lang_blog/liberty-s-aikens-drawing-raves-at-senior-bowl/article_39f8f14e-850a-11e3-8fcc-001a4bcf6878.html

 

http://nfldraftdiamonds.com/draft-diamonds-prospect-interview-walt-aikens-cb-liberty/

 

 

Who was your favorite team and player in the NFL and why?  

"My favorite team was the Panthers because I’m from Charlotte NC and being a panther fan is a way of life here. I grew up being a fan. Fav player was donte hall because it was exciting to watch him play. He always did something to electrify the crowd!"

 

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That's the thing. We mentioned it in another thread but there's a really good possibility that the guys with the highest value in the first and second will be WR's.

 

That's what I'm thinking and did this from a pure value based prediction.  The top player on our board could very well be a wideout come picks 28 and 60 and from Gettleman's conferences, he seems to have his big board and when the pick comes, pick the guy at the top of it remaining.   

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