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  1. I think you draft a 25 yo rookie in hopes he wins the job out of camp (or at least somewhere on the line). Position currently still looks like a weakness, but here is to hoping some gold filters out.
  2. Solid young WR group, interior DL and likely left side of the OL.
  3. Ideally Robinson. More likely a combination of Chinn and Burris.
  4. He's cheap and he's still very young. He's got traits and athleticism but always need coached up and I'm sure the wacky offseasons haven't helped. Maybe he's taken to some good coaching, but he doesn't look like he's going to make the 53 at this point.
  5. This has been a master class on executing a draft so far.
  6. Good info and glad to see all that pre draft chatter/nonsense filtered out and the team end up with an exceptional prospect. Who are you liking and/or what are you hearing the team likes at Safety and Tackle on day 2?
  7. Would rather Cisco over Moehrig
  8. Definitely a possibility. Andre Cisco is tops for me and would fit perfectly at free.
  9. Alot of you like to do some research when it comes to the draft, so I want to hear who your top prospect is at each position. Here's the general list of positions to go off of and I'll start you all off with mine. QB - Lawrence RB - Etienne WR - Chase OT - Sewell iOL - Vera-Tucker TE - Pitts EDGE - Phillips iDL - Onwuzurike LB - Collins CB - Horn S - Cisco
  10. For those that just want the snapshot.... 1. Fields 2. Lawrence 3. Lance 4. Wilson 5. Mond 6. Jones 7. Mills 8. Trask 9. Book 10. Buechele
  11. It's hands down Pitts. You don't pass on generational talents like that for a position of need. Hell, if you rated him as a WR, he'd be one of the top ones in this draft too.
  12. I've mostly heard of a 33" min for teams at tackle, but it's just a component. Yes length is one of those things that helps you win on the margins, but so is athleticism. And the tape should be the most important component. It being Fitterer's first draft were not sure how much emphasis will be put on it. Length was a heavy emphasis in Rhule's first draft. The only exceptions where Pride and Roy (both showed very good speed though).
  13. Yeah I agree. I think we'll end up with 2 second round picks and land a versatile interior OL type, like a Dickerson or Humphrey with one and a DB with the other.
  14. As always not going to project trades even though I think the Panthers will walk out of this draft using at least 10 picks. 1(8) Rashawn Slater, OL, Northwestern – You are getting a high floor, versatile lineman (which seems to be the flavor of the offseason) who will hopefully will the LT void for year to come. If he can’t stay on the outside though, I’m confident I’m getting a stud somewhere on the OL. 2(39) Richie Grant, S, Central Florida – The defense really feels like it’s just missing an interchangeable safety type who can play predominately at the free. Oh, look here who it
  15. Big time helpful signing. Run defense should continue to improve. Still would like more interior rush but this doesn't look like the draft to get immediate help.
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