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IF we take anything on defense at  point god help us.

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Walter's newest mock has the Panthers selecting OBJ in the first, Moses in the second, and Moncrief in the third.

Then has us drafting a guard from Alabama in the fourth despite Billy Turner being available. Switch that pick to Turner and you basically have the Panthers dream scenario.

I'd be perfectly willing to trade a 2015 pick to up tier that 4th and lock Turner up late 3rd if eve is available. All four of those picks would represent incredible value at positions of need and would be Day 1 contributors.

 

no way in fug turner is available in the 4th. 

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no way in fug turner is available in the 4th.

Agreed - I think he is a 2nd / 3rd round guy. But I'd be fine trading a 2nd rounder in 2015 to grab him in the middle third if he is there.

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IF we take anything on defense at point god help us.

I could honestly see them taking an OLB. Possibly Shazier, ill lose my poo if that happens though.

I got the sense from reading DG's Q&A that he isn't too high on rookie WR's. I'm thinking he rather take WR's in the later rounds have them develop for a year then play them.

Only realistic available player on D that I'd be ok with taking at 28 is Fuller

Pryor and Dix will most likely both be gone by 28.

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Latest mock is BY FAR my favorite. If this were to happen, I'd go crazy:

1.) Beckham

2.) Kouandjio

3.) Latimer

4.) Steen

5.) Cockrell

Of course, this all means nothing but fun to think about.

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Cyrus' knee is a major concern. We need someone who can come in and start from day one and last the entire season. We don't have the luxury of hoping a player can hold up, regardless of his "potential."

We need a weight-room junkie, bulldog road grater that is balanced and crafty. Mewhort is the one OL that has that type of grit and maturity to step right in and do his job without any questions asked.

They are gonna bring in an interior line judge and I want to stay away from the guys who like to reach because they are gonna get killed for holding. Guys with lower centers of gravity built wide-bodies are going to get better leverage without having to reach or bend too much, plus they are more durable.

I like Ellington's speed and measurables, but don't think he is the big possession receiver we need nor is he a #1 who can draw enough attention away from Smitty so that he can move to the slot, where he can be the most productive.

I'm still campaigning for Kelvin Benjamin because he has all the physical tools to demand a double team and open up the middle of the field for Smitty and Olsen. If The FO feels that McNutt is ready to step into that role as our possession receiver, maybe Id pass on Benjamin and just go BPA if that guy is a DB because I don't see anything but WR or DB at #28 without reaching.

Ginn was a burner but never demanded more than a free safety because of his limited route tree. Ginn did more damage in motion off screens and trick plays than he did anywhere else as he was too easy to jam at the line.

Lafell ran good routes, was an adequate blocker but couldn't hang on to the ball or climb the ladder, so he was easily covered by the nickel back. We really had no slot receiver because Smitty and Ginn were both needed to spread the field, that's why Olsen lead the team in receptions.

If we can get two physical outside receivers that would really open things up for the slot, in-line and for the running game. Add a twin TE on a few plays and things would really get interesting for opposing defenses.

Regardless, I think Benjamin would add the most bang for the buck and is NFL ready, from a National Championship Heisman winning offense. Big-stage, big-playmaker and a big body that can rise-up in the red zone.

 

 

Which RB  is going to have more rushing yards in the 2014 season?

 

Stewart or Williams?

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I can't see the second and third picks being there. A CB in the first, unless BPA, wouldn't help us near as much as any offensive player. Although if this draft did happen I would be ecstatic for the overall value, even if I want a first round WR. 

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Walt's latest mock is my FAV by far.

 

1- Lee

2- Cyrus

3- Abbrederis

4- Tardiff

5- Cockrell

 

If I had a minor adjustment, I'd draft CJ Fiedoriwcz or JuJwan James in the 4th instead of Tardiff. 

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Charlie Campbell: 4/21/2014

(1) Marqise Lee, WR, USC

(2) Ju'Wuan James, OT, Tennessee

(3) Telvin Smith, OLB/S, FSU

(4) Dakota Dozier, OG, Furman

(5) Richard Rodgers, TE, Cal

Walter: 4/23/2014

(1) Marqise Lee, WR, USC

(2) Cyrus Kouandjio, OT, Alabama

(3) Jarvis Landry, WR, LSU

(4) Christian Kirksey, LB, Iowa

(5) Deion Belue, CB, Alabama

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