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  1. Panthers QB Pressures via PFRef Burns - 29 (5th in NFL) Obada - 12 Weatherly - 9 Haynes - 8 Kerr, YGM, Brown - 6 Matches much closer with what shows up on film.
  2. 3 nose tackles and Obada trying to salvage an interior rush. Brown badly needs a running mate next season.
  3. If you're looking for him to be the answer, there isn't enough to go off of yet. He certainly added a bunch of good tape and was an improvement at the position Sunday. He deserves more snaps, especially going into a contract year next season.
  4. Iowa's Daviyon Nixon is someone to keep an eye on if he declares. He has put up some outstanding tape this season and would rank very highly in a weak class Other names entering the Top 100 discussion are West Virginia's Darius Stills, NC State's Alum McNeil and Ohio State's Haskell Garrett
  5. WR Ranks per NextGen Stats (Min. 28 targets) Avg. Cushion/ Separation at Target/ Depth of Target Anderson --> 40th/ 36th/ 67th Moore --> 59th/ 73rd/ 30th Samuel --> 4th/ 4th/ 92nd Samuel gets open and gets open quickly. Moore is the deep threat but I wonder if the offense would run even better switching Anderson and Moore's roles. Obviously they like Anderson's ability to separate more than Moore's YAC in that role right now.
  6. Current Starters: Rasul Douglas, Donte Jackson, Corn Elder (NCB) - Douglas has played decent as a press zone corner, Jackson has the speed and splash plays but consistency and tackling have been issues (injuries this season too) and Elder playing in the nickel might be our best CB this season. Overall this position needs an overhaul. Depth: Troy Pride, Stanley Thomas-Oliver - Lots of youth and speed here to develop. Will take time to know if they have anything here. Projected 2021 Starters: Donte Jackson, Stanley Thomas-Oliver, Troy Pride (NCB) - Douglas is an UFA and Elder is a RFA so something will have to be done at the position this offseason. Jackson even makes sense as a trade candidate so this team could be looking at a complete new starting lineup next season. Free Agent Options Patrick Peterson - Best available. Excellent press man corner that would fit well in our defense if you can afford him. Xavier Rhodes - Having a nice bounce back season in Indy. Cheaper vet option Shaquill Griffen - Youngest and likely another expensive FA option. Plenty athletic enough to fit in here. William Jackson III - Bengals top CB expressed interest in leaving during trade deadline. He's playing good ball and could come on a cheaper contract. Jimmy Smith - Cheaper vet option with press man ability that has had a good career. Chidobe Awuzie - Inconsistent youth you can take a chance on. Rasul Douglas - He'd probably make a good CB2. Has shown strong leadership this season. Mackenzie Alexander - He's probably a nickel to look into if you move on from Elder and don't like what you have. Logan Ryan - Has been one of the best nickel corners out there Nickell Roby-Coleman - Another good nickel corner during his career Corn Elder - He's played well in the nickel this year and would be easy to bring back on a cheap/easy to get out of deal. Trade Options Stephon Gilmore - You know he's good and that he'll likely remain available in the offseason Rock Ya-Sin - Colts still have him on a cheap contract so they might not be willing to part with their CB2 unless they upgrade. Desmond Trufant - A staff changeover could make him available. You can hope he recaptures his form away from the Lions. Draft (Top 75 Prospects, Draft Network) Patrick Surtain II, Alabama - He's the top prospect. Has everything you're looking for. Has the great measurements, tape, techniques, man ability. Caleb Farley, Virginia Tech - Haven't looked at him this season be he came in as a top corner who VT regularly put on an island. New to the position but doesn't look like it. Has all the tools and is viewed as an ascending prospect Jaycee Horn, South Carolina - He just opted out be he's put up plenty of good tape to show he belongs firmly in Round 1. Press man corner (sense the theme) that is knocked for being "too grabby". Eric Stokes, Georgia - He's a favorite of mine for here as a press man corner on the outside. He's been playing exceptional this season and taking over as Georgia's top corner Shaun Wade, Ohio State - Struggling this year, particularly in jump ball situations. Great coverage ability and athleticism though and still would be considered the top nickel prospect. Derion Kendrick, Clemson - Very raw former WR but he's got tools and ball skills. Asante Samuel Jr., Florida State - Probably a nickel prospect but his man coverage ability is damn good. Off-man corner who FSU put on an island. Tyson Campbell, Georgia - Came into the season as Georgia's CB1 but has been inconsistent but we're talking about Round 2 talk now instead of Round 1. Still a very good prospect with length, fluidity and agility. Soft press corner Paulson Adebo, Stanford - Another soft press corner who's scouting report reads like a jack-of-all, master of none type. Sufficient is everything. Needs to develop his body more (lower in particular) and would likely be valued higher by us because of our scheme. How do you guys see the team addressing this position? What other prospects should be mentioned here?
  7. Efe struggles in run defense. Kerr is a natural NT so pass rush isn't his strong suit. This is the problem of not having a natural 3-technique on the roster once Short went down.
  8. Depends who is defining what a hurry is. Brown is getting a huge boost from however PFF is defining. PFRef isn't as forgiving.
  9. Oh please let the Saints go to Hill when Brees is done....
  10. Should absolutely be brought back as a depth piece. He's a restricted free agent so there are several options to make it happen on the cheap.
  11. I haven't looked closely at Penix but he is dragging Indiana into relevance this season. King feels like the type of prospect that converts to slot WR in the NFL because of his size but I haven't watched him closely at Houston or Miami.
  12. That's a good point. Brown didn't test well in the pre draft process but speed was a huge priority in the last draft. YGM and Chinn (even more so) in particular put up some ridiculous all around athletic scores. EDIT: Darrisaw is now squarely in the conversation for the Panthers first round pick too after completely shutting down all of the ACC's best pass rushers.
  13. Moore is honestly a player on this roster who makes sense being used as trade bait. Donte Jackson comes to mind as well. As said previously, it depends on perception within organization and what else goes down this offseason.
  14. Played LG last season and is highly rated as an interior prospect. Has moved out to LT this year and is pulling high praise across the scouting community
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