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panther4life

Panthers 1st round big board.

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Here's my big board. Would love to see other variations if anyone else has one. 

I'm considering these players as good as gone. 

  • 4 QB'S
  • 3 DE'S, Chubb,Davenport,Landry
  • 2 Safties Fitzpatrick, James
  • 2 LB'S, Smith, Edmunds
  • 1 DT, Vea
  • 1 RB, Barkley
  • 1 Guard, Nelson
  • 1 Corner, Ward

Thats 15 down, so heres my top 9 in order of preference  I think will be in consideration at 24, with at least 1 being available. 

  1. Ridley (WR) 
  2. Alexander (CB)
  3. Jackson (CB)
  4. D.J Moore (WR)
  5. Wynn (G/T)
  6. Harrison (S)
  7. Ragnow (G/C)
  8. Hernandez (G)
  9. Daniels (G/C)

Of those 9 we've had a confirmed private visit with each of them outside of Jackson, Wynn and Hernandez. Also noticed we did not have a single visit with any of the 15 listed in the as good as gone list.

 

 

 

 

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  1. Ridley (WR)
  2. Landry (DE)
  3. Moore (WR)
  4. Jackson (CB)
  5. Oliver (CB)
  6. Alexander (CB)
  7. Hughes (CB)
  8. Reid (S)
  9. Daniels (G/C)

I think the top 3 on my list will be gone. I'm expecting a CB and I'm just fine with that.

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I'm trying so hard not to entertain the idea of drafting Ridley at 24.  This thread is not helping.  You just have to imagine the price it would cost to sign a WR like him in FA he will be long gone in the top 15, but people seem to believe there's a chance.

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    So, according to your board, we should be getting ourselves a really good player at #24. And there was great rejoicing.

 

    Part of me wants one of those top WRs, but man, rookie WRs have a bad habit of taking time to develop. But in this draft, if you want a good one, you have to take him early.

 

    Part of me wants one of those top DBs. But man, you can get quality in the 2nd, and even the 3rd. But yeah, getting one of the top DBs would go a long way to improve our back end.

 

    Part of me wants Hurst. The cat has that look about him.

 

    And there is a part of me. Way down inside. That wants a DE to pair with Hall, and Obada. Not sure where he will come from. But a dude can hope.

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Thanks for the analytics, Panther4life---

I am not as confident about Landry being top 15, and I am not sure a QB is not in the second nine---I think there will be 5 QBs drafted before we pick.

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37 minutes ago, iamhubby1 said:

    So, according to your board, we should be getting ourselves a really good player at #24. And there was great rejoicing.

 

 

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As long as we don't go into the season with the AARP starting safety group and bandaids at CB.. I'll be happy...

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7 hours ago, ItsPantone278 said:

I'm trying so hard not to entertain the idea of drafting Ridley at 24.  This thread is not helping.  You just have to imagine the price it would cost to sign a WR like him in FA he will be long gone in the top 15, but people seem to believe there's a chance.

That's because other teams outside of the Cowboys  have bigger needs than WR. The Ravens could stand one, but they also need a right tackle badly, and it's arguably a bigger need than WR.

All that being said, I think the Cowboys may pick Courtland Sutton. The Ravens, Mike McGlinchey.

You never know though.

D.J. Moore may turn out to be the better receiver. Christian "Baby OBJ" Kirk may have something to say as well.

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OL hasn’t opened a hole in years. This could be the year we focus on G/C and possibly a developmental T.

good value at 24 with Daniels or Hernandez. Would love to trade back, but it looks like every other team would too.

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Yep, that is slept on. O-line is terrible, even 2015 the pass blocking was ahead of run blocking, but this is supposed to be a run first team. LOL

Hernandez or Wynn would be excellent, especially if Panthers could trade down later in 1st and still get them.

Wynn is more consistent and  better technically, but weaker with a lesser mean streak than Hernandez. What intrigue me about Wynn is if he could possibly slide over and play LT at a high level consistently. Could he grow into  a  LT  like Kelvin Beachum  who he compares to in size? Maybe or maybe not, but I know he will be an All-pro LG for at least 10 years.

Also, some expect Taylor Moton to train at LG then transition to LT after Kalil is gone. Depends on what the Panthers feel is the right decision.

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1 DJ Moore  WR

2 Ridley  WR

3 Hughes CB

4 Kolton Miller, OT

5  Mike McGlinchey, OT

6 Alexander CB

7 Justin Reid, S

8 Hayden Hurst^, TE, South Carolina

9 James Daniels, C

10 Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M

The motivation this year is much different than others, here is my top 10 board at #24 but I'm not drafting for my job and a new owner. Hurney needs to have an impact player in the first Rd and the OT are not impact players for this year. That is why the WR or CB are most likely the pick. 

 

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I won't be upset with any of the following

Any round 1 O-lineman (not a sexy pick, but a quality one that helps build the team for years to come)

DJ Moore or Calvin Ridley (don't love either of these guys but I think they could contribute to our team- I highly suspect both will be gone by our pick, look at last year for example. That was a "weak" WR class and 2 WRs went in the top ten)

Any of the top tier CBs (my favorite selection- best position value for most needed position)

Any top prospect that were to fall (i.e. Derwin James)

I will be upset if we draft a 25 year old TE who hasn't played football that long and in last year's draft would have been a third round pick 

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