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2024 NFL Draft

Discussion in 'Carolina Panthers' started by dig-it, Feb 3, 2024.

  1. dig-it

    dig-it Wait'n On That Post Rookie Deal

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    I want to see some ankle breakers drafted on offense. I want to see instant route cuts and instant stop and start action. CMC is that way. I thought Ted Ginn was that way. Hell Michael Bates was that way. Smitty was that way. There looks to be plenty available in this particular draft.
    Take RB Ray Davis for example. He maybe 5'10", but I doubt it He is a 216lb rock of speed.
    I believe these are just his 2023 highlights.

     
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    The 7-on7 mentality needs to stop! Build a fucking line on BOTH sides of the ball FIRST!

    FUCK the shinny toys, I want the gritty shit first!!!
     
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    I don't want to throw names around yet...to early...after the combine, I'll have an idea of who I like there.
    I do kinda like the entire Washington oline...but the OT's might be OG's in the NFL
     
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    dig-it Wait'n On That Post Rookie Deal

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    I think these guys are most projected for the second day.
    Patrick Paul out of Huston. OT that allowed 7 pressures and no sacks in 495 pass snaps. 6'7"
    315lbs.
    Kingsley Suamataia OT out of BYU. 17 pressures and 2 sacks allowed in 383 pass snaps. 6'6" 315lbs.
    Tyler Guyton OT out of OkU. 0 sacks, 12 pressures in 355 pass snaps. 6'7" 327lbs.
    Jordan Morgan OT out of AZ. 2 sacks allowed and 15 pressures in 477 pass snaps. 6'6" 320lbs.
     
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    dig-it Wait'n On That Post Rookie Deal

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    Not sure if a highly rated center will make it out of the first, but who knows.
     
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    I don't think he will either but a lot of places are projecting him to go after we pick

    Tankathon are one example. They have him at 39 to the Giants.
     
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    The Duke kid can play center or Tackle.

    At 33, we might want one of the Xavier(s). Both run 4.29 and we desperately need speed.
    also at 33, there is always some big name first rounder that someone wants to come up for. So the opportunity to trade back a few could be in play
     
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    If having Chark on the team last season only taught me one thing. It's that nice speed doesn't always equal separation. The best receivers tend to have a few common traits. Quick movements in cuts and jukes. Good hands and decent speed. Chark, Mingo, Marshall all have good speed, but aren't all that quick. The traits I listed more describes the team leader in receptions last season, Adam Thielen. There are some WRs in this years draft that could fit that bill.
    FYI, the WR that set a rookie record last season was drafted in the 5th round and ran a 4.57 40 time. Puka Nacua @ 6'1" tall.
     

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