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A D-Ranged Panthers Mock V3

I out-lined my initial interest in draft picks back at the beginning of January, here. I then made my first revision shortly thereafter. As it turns out, over a month later, no one was safe - well, actually, there was one; you'll see who that is soon enough. Rather than attempt to write up a paragraph for each player convincing you guys why I believe we should choose said player, I'll instead attempt to find highlight videos to let you see for yourself, and then see if we agree.

As with my first post, I only drafted players in their projected round per NFLDraftScout.com. Based off of the information provided, I took no "stretches" and like-wise assume none rise.

Shall we proceed?

(The following picks are made with the assumption hope that we receive a 5th, 6th, and 7th in compensation picks. If we do not receive said comp picks, this list is screwed.)

2. WR - Taylor Price
Highs and lows. 
 
WR Taylor Price vs Tennessee Volunteers 2009 (via ckparrothead)

3. OLB - Eric Norwood
It's no secret that I want this guy.
 
Eric Norwood profile (via GamecocksOnline)

4. DE - Willie Young
I can't find any highlights, though NFLDraftScout.com's analysis is right here.
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via media.scout.com

5. DT - Vince Oghobaase
More highs and lows, this time it's Oghobaase.
 
DT Vince Oghobaase Highlights/Lowlights 2009/2008 Duke (via ProDraftParty)

6. WR - Marcus Easley
Another with no highlight video, that I could find. Analysis here.
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via www.collegefanz.com

6. WR - Trindon Holiday
The little speedster and the only player to survive from my original list.
 
trindon holliday highlights (via francis2ndhalf)

7. QB - Thaddeus Lewis
And the first QB taken...
 
Thaddeus Lewis TD to Conner Vernon (via ChronicleSports)

(Analysis here being the video is only one pass)

7. QB - Armanti Edwards
And the second QB...
 
The Armanti Edwards Show Against Richmond - Dec 7th 2007 (via BXSportsCenter)

Two QB's in the seventh round? Yes, that's why I'm called 'D-ranged1'. However, along with three receivers, a defensive end, defensive tackle, and a linebacker, it should, in my mind, tighten all of the loose ends we may encounter.

Thoughts, anyone?

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