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2021 Senior Bowl


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Looks like they will be releasing a position group each day and which players will be coached by the Panthers. Started with the QBs today, which couldn't have worked out better for us...

Trask has been debated extensively on this board and I'm personally not a fan. I'm most interested in Mond, but he and Newman are intriguing. Most likely talking about a backup with them though because I still think there is only 4 potential starters in this draft.

I'll keep adding position groups as I see them. Feel free to add them if you beat me too it. As well as any thoughts on the prospects you've found from your own research.

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RB isn't an immediate concern with an elite talent like McCaffery on the roster. With him out, Davis played very well while also getting good reps from Bonnafon, Samuel and Rodney Smith too, but part of building a consistent playoff roster is hitting on depth pieces too. Only McCaffery is currently locked in to return with Davis being a free agent and there being no dead cap associated with the final year on Bonnafon or Smith's contracts. Hill's skill set is of particular interest in this group

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32 minutes ago, ncfan said:

Really interested in the OL group there are some STUDS in this game who will be in the rd 2-3 range

I agree. Us coaching in the senior bowl is a big deal for O-line in rounds 2-4. 

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33 minutes ago, Untouchable said:

RB isn't an immediate concern with an elite talent like McCaffery on the roster. With him out, Davis played very well while also getting good reps from Bonnafon, Samuel and Rodney Smith too, but part of building a consistent playoff roster is hitting on depth pieces too. Only McCaffery is currently locked in to return with Davis being a free agent and there being no dead cap associated with the final year on Bonnafon or Smith's contracts. Hill's skill set is of particular interest in this group

A late round RB wouldn't be surprising of Davis isn't retained.

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Our WR core looks solid. Even depth pieces like Cooper, Zylstra and potentially a healthy Bayless give promise.

If you can't bring Samuel back, Toney would fill in that role quite nicely and is the best on this list. Smith does a good job with his releases and could be a slot option. Stevenson is a versatile weapon as well with return experience. Rodgers aligns with the other 3 YAC/speed/quicks WRs above.

Clemson WR Powell might draw more interest because of the RZ help he could provide. Same could be said about Palmer, Grimes, Watkins and McMath, who is one to watch closely for late in the draft or after because of his Brady ties.

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18 minutes ago, Untouchable said:

Our WR core looks solid. Even depth pieces like Cooper, Zylstra and potentially a healthy Bayless give promise.

If you can't bring Samuel back, Toney would fill in that role quite nicely and is the best on this list. Smith does a good job with his releases and could be a slot option. Stevenson is a versatile weapon as well with return experience. Rodgers aligns with the other 3 YAC/speed/quicks WRs above.

Clemson WR Powell might draw more interest because of the RZ help he could provide. Same could be said about Palmer, Grimes, Watkins and McMath, who is one to watch closely for late in the draft or after because of his Brady ties.

Toney and Stevenson look to be 2nd/3rd rounders, Grimes next and the rest are day 3 guys maybe Smith UDFA. That’s just based on WF’s prospect list which isn’t perfect.

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6 minutes ago, LinvilleGorge said:

I'm most interested to see who we'll have on the OL and in the secondary. I think those two units will be areas of major focus this off-season.

I went through the list and there’s a bunch of solid guys maybe even late first/early second round guys.

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38 minutes ago, LinvilleGorge said:

I'm most interested to see who we'll have on the OL and in the secondary. I think those two units will be areas of major focus this off-season.

 

35 minutes ago, Zod said:

Good thread, thanks for creating. 

I too am most excited about our coaches seeing these offensive linemen up close. One of the few positions groups you can find immediate depth at. 

That's the position group I'm looking the closest at as well.

Alex Leatherwood, Liam Eichenberg, Dillon Radunz and Adrian Ealy(as a RT) would be ideal to coach at OTs.

Creed Humphrey, Landon Dickerson and Drake Jackson for centers.

Trey Smith, Deonte Brown, Robert Jones, Alaric Jackson (potential swing tackle as well) for the guards.

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