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Kevin Johnson met with the panthers.

02 March 2015 - 09:28 PM

 

Johnson said he had only informally met with the Panthers at the combine and didn’t have a pre-draft meeting set up with Carolina yet.

 

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i envy other teams beat writers, who put out there, who the teams met with during this process. a panther scout was also at his pro day today.

 

 


Panthers met with Miami OT Ereck Flowers

20 February 2015 - 01:02 PM

 

Jonathan Jones @jjones9

Miami OT Ereck Flowers said he had a good meeting with the Panthers, thinks he impressed them with his football IQ on the board

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Chris Hackett, S TCU

17 February 2015 - 10:32 PM

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Chris Hackett, is listed at 6'2 195 pounds. This looks to be close to his size, based off when I watch him in games. He is from Tyler, Texas, and has been playing on a very good TCU defense. Hackett is a very instinctive safety that has the ability to play single high, on a hash, in a two high look, and in the box as extra run support. Very good open field tackler, and wraps guys up, rather then going for the kill shot. Does lunge tackle, but grabs cloth, and legs to secure tackle to the ground. Had 75 tackles his junior year.

 

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Has played some robber, when he starts high, and fly’s down to play the intermediate middle of the field. Reads the quarterback very well. Does not take many false steps, when breaking on the football.  Have ball-hawking abilities, as exhibited with his 7 INTs.  Takes the proper angles in run support, as well as tracking the football. I think his versatility will intrigue the panthers because he can play both safety spots really well.  Has very fluid hips, and pretty clean footwork with no extra steps when reading and reacting. Will have to show his deep speed, because I do question it. Has to run a decent time 40 at the combine.

 

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Carolina likes to play both of their safeties in both roles, and one of the reasons why Charles Godfrey started. Hackett has shown the ability to play man-to-man coverage, and has the height to match up with tight ends over the middle, and outside. Can blitz from the edge, which Carolina does with its safeties as well. Hackett would be perfect for the panthers. Draft media thinks only 1 safety is worth a top 75 pick, but I think Hackett is a solid 3rd -4th rounder. He is also my 2nd safety, behind Landon Collins.


2015 Huddle mock offseason draft

16 February 2015 - 08:14 PM

1ST ROUND

 

1. Tampa Bay- Jameis Winston, QB FSU
2. Tennessee- Leonard Williams, DE/ DT USC
3. New York Jets (from Jacksonville)- Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon
4. Oakland- Amari Cooper, WR, Bama
5. Washington- Dannte Fowler Jr, OLB, Florida
6. Jacksonville (from New York Jets)- Kevin White, WR, West Virginia 
7. Chicago- Vic Beasley, OLB, Clemson 
8. Atlanta- Shane Ray, OLB/ DE, Missouri 
9. New York Giants- Brandon Scherff, OL, Iowa
10. St. Louis- Andrus Peat, OT, Stanford
11. Minnesota- DeVante Parker, WR, Louisville
12. Cleveland- Randy Gregory,OLB/ DE, Nebraska
13. New Orleans- Trae Waynes, CB, Michigan St
14. Miami- Danny Shelton, DT, Washington
15. San Francisco- Arik Armstead, DE, Oregon
16. Houston- Jalen Collins, CB, LSU
17. San Diego- Ereck Flowers, OT, Miami 
18. Kansas City- La'el Collins, OT, LSU 
19. Cleveland (from Buffalo)- Shaq Thompson, LB, Washington 
20. Philadelphia- Landon Collins, S, Bama 
21. Cincinnati- Eric Kendricks, LB, UCLA
22. Tampa Bay (from Pittsburgh)- D.J. Humphries, OT Florida 
23. Detroit- Eddie Goldman, DT, FSU 
24. Arizona- Melvin Gordon, RB, Wisconsin
25. Carolina- Cedric Ogbuehi, OT, Texas A&M
26. Baltimore- Jalen Strong, WR, Arizona St
27. Dallas- Bud Dupree, DE, Kentucky 
28. Denver- Owamagbe Odighizuwa, DE, UCLA
29. Indianapolis- Cam Erving, OL, FSU 
30. Green Bay- Jordan Phillios, NT, Oklahoma 
31. Seattle- Malcolm Brown, DT, Texas
32. New England- Laken Tomlinson, OG, Duke 

SECOND ROUND:

33. Tennessee- A.J. Cann, OG, South Carolina
34. Pittsburgh (from Tampa Bay)- Marcus Peters, CB, Washington  
35. Oakland- Gerod Holliman, S, Louisville
36. Jacksonville-  Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia
37. Jacksonville (from New York Jets)-  Maxx Williams, TE Minnesota
38. Washington- T.J. Clemmings, OT, Pittsburgh
39. Chicago- Mario Edwards Jr, DT, FSU
40. New York Giants- Nate Orchard, DE, Utah
41. Pittsburgh (from St. Louis)- Kevin Johnson, CB, Wake Forest
42. Atlanta- Dorial Green- Beckham, WR, Oklahoma  
43. Cleveland- Brett Hundley, QB, Browns 
44. New Orleans- Danielle Hunter, CB, LSU 
45. Minnesota- P.J. Williams, CB, FSU 
46. San Francisco- Nelson Agholor, WR, USC 
47. Miami- Quinten Rollins, CB, Miami OH 
48. San Diego- Sammie Coats, WR, Auburn
49. Kansas City- Breshad Perriman, WR, UCF 
50. Buffalo- Benardrick McKinney, OLB, Mississippi St 
51. Houston- Devin Funchess, TE, Michigan 
52. Philadelphia- Jake Fisher, OL, Oregon
53. Cincinnati- Preston Smith, DE, Mississippi St
54. Detroit- Ronald Darby, CB, FSU 
55. Arizona- Byron Jones, CB, UConn
56. St. Louis (from Pittsburgh)- Garrett Grayson, QB, Colorado St 
57. Carolina- Devin Smith, WR, OSU 
58. Baltimore- Eli Harold, OLB, Virginia 
59. Denver- Stephone Anthony, LB, Clemson
60. Dallas- Jay Ajayi, RB, Boise St
61. Indianapolis- Paul Dawson, ILB, TCU 
62. Green Bay- Rashad Greene, WR FSU 
63. Seattle- Phillip Dorsett, WR, Miami 
64. New England- Henry Anderson, DE/ DT, Stanford

 

THIRD ROUND:

65. Pittsburgh (from Tampa Bay)- Denzel Perryman, ILB, Miami 
66. Tennessee- Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor
67. Jacksonville- Michael Bennett, DT, OSU
68. Cincinnati (from Oakland)- Kwon Alexander, OLB, LSU
69. Washington- D'Joun Smith, Florida Atlantic 
70. Jacksonville (from New York Jets)- Hau' oli Kikaha, DE, Washington 
71. Chicago- Jaquiski Tartt, SS, Samford
72. St. Louis- Alex Carter, CB, Stanford
73. Atlanta- Clive Warford, TE, Miami 
74. New York Giants- Lorenzo Mauldin, DE, Louisville 
75. New Orleans- Duke Johnson, RB, Miami  
76. Minnesota- Ty Sambrailo, OT, Colorado St
77.Cincinnati (from Cleveland)- Justin Hardy, WR, ECU
78. Miami- Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska
79. San Francisco- Steven Nelson, CB, Oregon St 
80. Kansas City- Tyler Lockett, WR, Kansas St
81. Buffalo- Tyrus Thompson, OT, Oklahoma 
82. Houston- Carl Davis, DE/DT, Iowa 
83. San Diego- Reese Dismukes, C, Auburn
84. Philadelphia- JaCoby Glenn, CB, UCF 
85. Cincinnati- Grady Jarrett, DT, Clemson 
86. Arizona- Shaq Mason, OG, Georgia Tech
87. St. Louis (from Pittsburgh) 
88. Detroit- David Cobb, RB, Minnesota 
89. Carolina- Hroniss Grasu, C, Oregon 
90. Baltimore- TJ Yeldon, RB, Bama 
91. Dallas- Tre McBride, WR, William & Mary
92. Carolina (from Denver)- Ifo Ekpre- Olomu 
93. Indianapolis- Xavier Cooper, DE, Washington St 
94. Green Bay- Kevin White, CB, TCU 
95. Seattle- Eric Rowe, CB, Utah
96. New England- Tevin Coleman, RB, Indiana  
97. New England (compensatory pick)- Tony Lippett, WR, Michigan St
98. Kansas City (compensatory pick)- Tre Jackson, OG, FSU
99. Cincinnati (compensatory pick)- Derron Smith, S, Fresno St

FOURTH ROUND:

100. Tennessee- Davis Tull, OLB, UT- Chattanooga
101. New England (from Tampa Bay)- Senquez Golson, CB, Ole Miss 
102. Oakland- Jarvis Harrison, OG, Texas A&M
103. Jacksonville- Adrian Amos, S, Penn St
104. New York Jets- Josh Shaw, DB, USC
105. Washington- Gabe Wright, DE, Auburn 
106. Chicago- Donovan Smith, G/ OT, Penn St
107. Atlanta- Ali Marpet, C/G, Hobart 
108. New York Giants- Durell Eskridge, S, Syracuse 
109. Tampa Bay (from St. Louis)- Chris Hackett, S, TCU
110. Minnesota- Hayes Pullard, MLB, USC 
111. Tampa Bay (from Cleveland)- Ty Montgomery, WR, Stanford
112. New Orleans- Dezmin Lewis, WR, Central Arkansas  
113. Philadelphia (from Buffalo through San Francisco)- Chris Conley, WR, Georgia  
114. Miami- Arie Kouandjio, OG, Bama
115. Cleveland- Kurtis Drummond, S, Michigan St
116. Houston- Austin Hill, WR, Arizona
117. San Diego- Javorius Allen, RB, USC 

118. Kansas City- Nick Marshall, CB/S,  Auburn  

119. Philadelphia- Taiwan Jones, ILB, Michigan St 

120. Cincinnati- Doran Grant, CB, Ohio St
121. Pittsburgh- Corey Robinson, OT, USC 
122. Detroit- Sean Hickey, OL, Syracuse  
123. Arizona- Markus Golden, OLB/ DE, Missouri  
124. Denver (from Carolina)- Mitch Morse, OT/ OG, Missouri
125. Baltimore- Charles Gaines, CB, Louisville 

126. San Francisco (from Denver)- Joey Mbu, DT/ NT, Houston 

127. Dallas- Marcus Hardison, DT, Arizona St 

128. Indianapolis- Stefon Diggs, WR/ KR/ PR, Maryland 

129. Green Bay- Terry Poole, OT, San Diego St 

130. Seattle- Jon Miller, OG, Louisville 

131. New England- Trey Flowers, DE, Arkansas
132. San Francisco (compensatory pick)- Jeremiah Poutasi, OL, Utah 

133. Denver (compensatory pick)- Kenny Bell, WR,  Nebraska 

134. Baltimore (compensatory pick)- Ben Koyack, TE, Notre Dame 

135. Seattle (compensatory pick)- James Sample, S, Louisville 

FIFTH ROUND:

136. Buffalo (from Tampa Bay)- Jordan Hicks, LB, Texas 

137. Tennessee- Za-Darius Smith, DE, Kentucky 

138. Jacksonville- Andy Gallik, C, Boston College
139. Oakland- BJ Finney, OC, Kansas St 
140. Washington- Vince Mayle, WR, Washington St 
141. New York Jets- Jesse James, TE, Penn St 
142. Denver (from Chicago)- Karlos Williams, RB, FSU 
143. Indianapolis (from New York Giants)- Mike Davis, RB, South Carolina 

144. St. Louis- Josue Matias, G, FSU 

145. Atlanta- Anthony Chickillo, DE, Miami
146. Tampa Bay (from Cleveland)-  Lyndel Trail, DE, Norfolk St
147. New Orleans- Sean Mannion, QB, Oregon St
148. Minnesota- Robert Myers, OG, Tennessee St
149. Miami- Jon Feliciano, OG, Miami
150. San Francisco- Terrance McGee, RB, LSU 

151. Houston- Ellis McCarhty, DT, UCLA 
152. San Diego- David Parry, NT, Stanford
153. Kansas City- Jeremy Langford, RB, Michigan St 
154. Buffalo- Ramik Wilson, MLB, Georgia  
155. Philadelphia- Derrick Lott, DE/ DT, Chattanooga  
156. Cincinnati- Blake Bell, TE, Oklahoma 
157. Detroit- Christian Covington, DT, Rice 
158. Arizona- Xzavier Dickson, OLB, Bama
159. Tampa Bay (from Pittsburgh) 
160. Carolina
161. Tampa Bay (from Baltimore) 
162. Dallas 
163. Denver 
164. New York Giants (from Indianapolis)
165. Green Bay 
166. Seattle 
167. Tampa Bay (from New England) 
168. Seattle (compensatory pick) 
169. Carolina (compensatory pick) 
170. Baltimore (compensatory pick)
171. Kansas City (compensatory pick) 
172. Seattle (compensatory pick) 
173. Kansas City (compensatory pick) 
174. Houston (compensatory pick)

 

SIXTH ROUND:

175. Tennessee 
176. New England (from Tampa Bay) 

177. Oakland 
178. New York Jets (from Jacksonville) 
179. New York Jets 
180. Washington 
181. Chicago 
182. Tampa Bay (from St. Louis) 
183. Atlanta 
184. New York Giants 
185. New Orleans 
186. Minnesota 
187. Cleveland 
188. San Francisco 
189. Miami 
190. San Diego 
191. Kansas City
192. Buffalo 
193. Houston 
194. Philadelphia 
195. Cincinnati 
196. Arizona 
197. St. Louis (from Pittsburgh) 
198. Detroit 
199. Carolina 
200. Cleveland (from Baltimore) 
201. Denver 
202. Baltimore (from Dallas) 
203. New York Giants (from Indianapolis) 
204. Green Bay 
205. New York Giants (from Indianapolis through Seattle) 
206. Tennessee (from New England) 
207. Baltimore (compensatory pick) 
208. Houston (compensatory pick) 
209. Pittsburgh (compensatory pick) 
210. Green Bay (compensatory pick) 
211. Green Bay (compensatory pick) 
212. St. Louis (compensatory pick) 
213. Houston (compensatory pick) 
214. Seattle (compensatory pick) 
215. Houston (compensatory pick) 
216. Denver (compensatory pick) 
217. Denver (compensatory pick) 

SEVENTH ROUND:

218. Tampa Bay 
219. Tennessee
220. Jacksonville 
221. Oakland 
222. Washington 
223. New York Jets 
224. Chicago
225. Atlanta 
226. New York Giants 
227. St. Louis 
228. Minnesota 
229. Cleveland 
230. New Orleans 
231. Baltimore (from Miami) 
232. Miami (from San Francisco) 
233. Kansas City 
234. Buffalo 
235. Houston 
236. San Diego 
237. Philadelphia
238. Cincinnati 
239. Pittsburgh 
240. Detroit 
241. Arizona 
242. Carolina
243. Dallas (from Baltimore) 
244. Dallas
245. New York Giants (from Denver) 
246. San Francisco (from Indianapolis) 
247. Green Bay 
248. Seattle 
249. St. Louis (from New England) 

250. Arizona (compensatory pick) 
251. Denver (compensatory pick)
252. New England (compensatory pick) 
253. San Francisco (compensatory pick) 
254. Kansas City (compensatory pick)
255. Indianapolis (compensatory pick) 
256. Indianapolis (compensatory pick) 


Breshad Perriman, WR UCF

15 February 2015 - 10:33 PM

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Breshad is a height, weight, speed, specimen that is going to kill the combine. listed at 6'3 214 pounds, this guy is a huge deep threat target. Breshad has NFL bloodlines, being the son of Brett Perriman, former WR for the Lions and Saints. has a rocked up body, with huge arms, and upper body, plus the large hands to make him lethal catching the ball. does win in contested situations, and can climb the ladder when attacking the ball

 

explodes off the LOS, and eats cushions up with ease. has quick feet, to help when releasing off the LOS, and  will blow the top off a defense. forces coverage towards his way with deep speed. can also win running the short and intermediate routes, and shows decent YAC ability once catching the ball. has improved every season stat wise, while also becoming a better route runner. sinks his hips when running routes, and can maintain good speed put of his breaks. will gain separation with speed, and body.

 

one weakness to his game, is drops. Breshad would be a 1st rounder in my eyes, if he didn't drop so many balls. he will make beautiful catches all game, but drop the routine ball. some media draft guys, got him going in the 1st, but i just cannot see this. i currently think he has a 2nd - 3rd round grade, and could be in play for the panthers during those rounds. i have seen some compare him to Dez Bryant, and Kenny Britt, but i see a poor man Julio Jones when i watch him.(could be dreads, and same number 11)

 

since it is so many ECU fans, i will leave this here.

 

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another good route, and play. comes from the Fiesta Bowl vs. Baylor

 

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lined up in the slot, Baylor comes out in man coverage, with a safety guarding Perriman. he comes of the ball, and runs a quick out route.

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the safety begins to drive on Perriman, closing up the separation to make a play. Perriman explodes out of his out cut, up the field on a double move( out and up), and blows by the safety in coverage. vertical speed is being exhibited on this route.

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he finishes the play, by extending his arms, and attacking the football at its highest point, plucking the ball with his hands (hence why some say he is a natural hands catcher, and not a body catcher) looking the ball all the into his hands. also check out the separation he has on this route.

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