For Their 7th Pick, The Carolina Panthers Select.....

Let’s face it, who here is going to know or care about who we pick in the 7th? Not many, I’m afraid and that is a darn shame, but the 7th player chosen can be anything from a who’s who, to a who cares. He can become a starter, and nice backup, or down right cut before he even has a chance to unpack his bags.

With that said, I will attempt once a week to show you some good players being ranked this year to be drafted in the 7th round. I may even select a few that are ranked to be undrafted and see if you feel that we need to use a pick for him.

So, without further ado, this week’s 7th pick is….

Quincy Enunwa-WR

6'2, 227, Nebraska

2013 Nebraska Team Captain (1of 4)

Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Spring, 2012)

Brook Berringer Citizenship Team (2013)

Enunwa was a key offensive weapon for Coach Pete Duffy's 11-1 Rancho Verde team that advanced to the second round of the California state playoffs. Enunwa caught more than 40 passes for approximately 600 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior. His play earned him first-team All-Inland Valley League honors, and he was selected to play in the Inland Empire All-Star Game.

During his sophomore year with the Huskers, Enunwa was one of six receivers who saw the majority of the playing time in 2011, and he played in every game and made seven starts. Enunwa finished with 21 receptions for 293 yards and two touchdowns. He had a career-high four catches for a career-best 58 yards in the opener against Chattanooga, including a 31-yard catch in the first quarter.

Enunwa started all 14 games as a junior, and caught at least one pass in every contest, with five games with at least four receptions. He caught a career-high six passes against both Southern Miss and Northwestern and had a career-best 110 receiving yards against the Wildcats.

As a senior he started 13 games out of 13 games played and catch 12 TDs that year including a 99 yard TD against Georgia. He will finish his college career with 115 catches for 1526 yards and 15 TDs.

Why choose him?

Well, for one...the dude is 6'2 and weighs 227 pounds. Are you kidding me? That would put him, body wise,in the same class as Anquan Boldin (6'1, 222), and Larry Fitzgerald (6'3, 218). Plus, I do like the fact that every year in college, his numbers got better and better. I mean, he went from 2 TDs in 2011, to 12 in 2013. On top of that, he is an economics major and was named to the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll this spring. Enunwa has volunteered with the Husker Heroes program and team hospital visits, which shows a very high character.

So why is he ranked in the 7th?

Well, in short, his numbers, while getting better year after year, was not that very impressive.

Let's take a look at Enunwa;

This is the 99 yard TD against the Bulldogs. Now, on this play you can clearly see that it was a blown coverage, but take a look at what a big body receiver can do when a secondary tries to hit him instead of tackling him.

Here, you can see that Enunwa can go high to get the ball and uses his body to shield off defenders.

And now, I will leave you with this; HE WILL KNOCK YOU OUT!!!!

That's all for this week, let me know what you think below.

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