FSU CB Ronald Darby visited the Panthers on March 10, according to Matt Miller.
Darbys produced an outstanding Combine, but some likely expected it due to his track background. There have been critics of Darby's tape, saying he freelances or loses his technique and deploys that athleticism to recover. We doubt Darby makes it out of the second round, and a first round selection is definitely possible.
Four teams have scheduled a visit for Virginia Tech T Laurence Gibson.
Those four teams: the Arizona Cardinals, Carolina Panthers, Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos. Gibson is one of the most athletic offensive linemen in this class, but he needs a lot of work. We doubt he draws more than a fifth through seventh-round selection, but many teams like to invest in athletes in that area. Gibson has the most experience on the left side.
Iowa DT Carl Davis has a visit scheduled with the Panthers on March 25.
The defensive tackle's pro day is set for March 23. Carl Davis put together a number of flashes during his final season at Iowa, and looked similar to the Penn State version of Devon Still. He carried that performance to the Senior Bowl and had a very good week. His best option is to go to a team that incorporates a rotation up front, and the Panthers absolutely value that.