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Panthergurus 2015 1st quarter mock draft

08 October 2014 - 09:36 AM

I didn't do a mock "offseason with free agency" like chuck did so every is based off current needs and projections without free agency.

All draft projections are based off cbs sports prospect rankings due to the fact that I don't have enough time to do my own.

If you don't like what round someone is picked then do your own draft and put them elsewhere.

I have us picking in the 20-25 reach

1st round- Spencer Drango 6-5 315 OT Baylor- Obvious need and obvious fit for a team with WAY too little tackle depth. He may be picked before this but a man can dream.
Prospect rank: 19

2nd round-Mario Edwards Junior 6-3 294 DE Florida State- With Greg gone and Charles dealing with injuries on and off we could go ahead and have another DE duo in the making with Ealy and Edwards. Plus gettleman loves his defensive ends and who knows if Frank will be back next year.
Prospect rank: 59

3rd round: Cody Prewitt 6-2 212 FS Mississippi- I'm not a Decoud hater but the secondary slowly but surely needs upgrades. Prewitt plays on a very good ole miss team and could have potential. Who knows maybe he and Tre Boston could be the future at safety for us.
Prospect rank: 81

4th round- Ramik Wilson 6-2 232 OLBS Georgia- I know the Georgia defense isn't great but their linebackers are all very solid. The reason I went outside linebacker here is because Chase Blackburn is older and slow and AJ Klein is not the best athlete. Wilson is an athlete who's only major struggle is that he doesn't get off blocks well, which ironically was the same criticism of luuuuuke.
Prospect rank: 115

5th round- Josh Shaw 6-1 200 CB USC- I'm not sure how good or bad this guy really is but based on his measurables we could take a shot. Gettleman likes late round corners and he also likes bigger corners so maybe this guy could be it.
Prospect rank: 127

6th round Michael Dyer 5-9 215 RB Louisville- this guy has loads of talent but has had a troubled/ injury riddled college career. If he gets healthy his last year he could be a steal in the late rounds.
Prospect rank: 180

7th round Leon Brown 6-6 328 OG Alabama- Alabama offensive lineman definitely know how to run block which is something we desperately need. I'm not sold on amini at all and would like to see a completely revamped offensive line.
Prospect rank: 253

Hope you all enjoy let me know what is good, bad and what should be changed.

Why not Eric Winston?

13 May 2014 - 10:39 AM

Maybe it's just me but I completely forgot about Eric Winston as an option for us at left tackle. He still hasn't been picked up by anyone and could be a decent 1 or 2 year stop gpa player for us until we draft one.
After we sign our draft picks he could be a steal!
Thoughts?

Panthergurus Post combine mock

27 February 2014 - 11:24 AM

I foresee us retaining Hardy one way or another at least for the next year.

I think we sign a band aid guy at LT and try to develop young guys for another year.

I think we make Godfrey take a pay-cut and save a few million dollars.

I also think we sign one veteran WR this offseason and try and develop the two young guys we have on the roster while keeping Steve Smith.

1st Brandon Cooks WR Oregon State 5-10 189 lbs- I love this kid and would love to have him and his explosive ability to make our offense explosive which it definitely was not this year.
alternate: Jordan Matthews 6-3 213 lbs WR Vanderbilt- This guy is also explosive, and he definitely showed his athletically ability but, this is for all you guys who want a "bigger" receiver although I don't care about size as much.

2nd Jack Mewhort OT Ohio State 6-6 309 lbs- We have obvious needs at tackle and we could make it a first round priority but I think we sign a free agent tackle and draft a right tackle which is what Mewhort can be on day one.

3rd Stanley Jean batiste CB Nebraska 6-3 215 lbs- I love big fast corners as do most people now a days but he is a raw prospect with a ton of upside and because of that he could be gone by this point.
Alternate: Keith McGill CB 6-3 211 lbs- I might like McGill even more than Baptiste by the time it's all said and done because he has more experience but in case Baptiste is gone McGill is a good 2nd option.

4th Juwann James OT Tennessee 6-6 311 lbs- Once again we obviously need tackle help and we know Gman is okay with double dipping. I'm expecting the free agent tackle we sign to be a one year band aid until we get out of cap trouble. So here is a guy who will hopefully be able to contribute in a couple of years.
Alternate: Cyrus Kouandjio OT Alabama 6-7 322- I know nobody likes him because of the knee issues and right now we really don't know what his draft stock is, although we know it isn't first round, this could be a value pick to where if it doesn't work out it's not as big of a deal, but if it does great

5th Antone Exum 6-0 213 lbs Virginia Tech- A big bodies corner that didn't run great at the combine but could be good for us especially if we opt to not pay Munnerlyn.
Alternate: Walt Aiken 6-1 205 lbs CB Liberty- A small school guy who could come in with a chip on his shoulder since he wasn't invited to the combine.

6th A.C. Leonard 6-2 252 lbs TE Tennessee State- Good athlete with character issues. The panthers usually don't go for guys like this but if they did it might prove worth it.
alternate: Xavior Grimble 6-5 257 TE USC- A guy who is good at blockin with a little less athletic ability but can catch better than heartsock and could contribute in different ways, plus we all know that we would love to see some more 2 TE sets like we did during Cams rookie year.

7th Tyler Star OLB South Dakota 6-4 249 lbs- A popular late round pick that could help us with our depth at linebacker of we decide not to retain Blackburn and that could learn behind Davis before he retires.

Does Jordan Gross' retirement make you want to pursue Jonathon Martin?

26 February 2014 - 08:48 AM

Just saw a report that he doesn't want to return to Miami. Don't know how much truth there is to it but it's not unrealistic at all. With both of our starting tackles in either free agency or retiring, do you think that Gman pursues a trade of some sort with Miami.

Mike Mayocks Top 5 Positional Rankings

17 February 2014 - 03:21 PM

http://on.nfl.com/1e1jszR

What's Interesting is his WR rankings!
Enjoy!

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