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2021 Panther Draft Choices

Discussion in 'Carolina Panthers' started by dig-it, Nov 27, 2020.

  1. rake

    rake More angry than you

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    Sewell would be THE best pick IMO. .. Parsons, second best

    With all this silly QB hype (and hopefully WR hype to come?) I’m hoping one will inexplicably fall to 8
     
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    Cyberjag RAMFB

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    Parsons will be there at 8. Sewell, probably not. I would rather have Surtain or Farley than Parsons though.
     
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    Corner is a position of need and there is depth at LB (probably 7 or 8 who would be upgrade to Whitehead by week one).
    Surtain and Farley are top 10 talent, but I think Parsons has the most “potential” to be a superstar of those three.
     
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    A stud press corner improves our defense more than a great MLB
     
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    dig-it a Rescue

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    I disagree. A great MLB brings an average secondary up to good as well as stopping a running game. Not to mention putting potential pressure on a QB.
    A stud press corner takes away a receiver and rarely finds himself on the other side of the line of scrimmage.
     
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    Yup, how carolina wants to use versatility in the Front 7 makes me think they will put a very high priority on a versatile instinctive LB. Covering TE’s and backs, blitzing, and stopping the damn run better should all be a higher priority than stopping one WR.
     
  7. presidence99

    presidence99 Lads, it's Tampa

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    Surtain feels like a future Malcolm Jenkins safety conversion
     
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    My thought exactly, him or Slater.
     
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    Slater just doesn’t seem like a top 10 guy. When you take a player in the top 10 he should be an immediate impactful badass.
    Can’t remember exactly what number Gross was picked or whether he was “impactful” immediately.
     
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    Gross was 8
     

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