Panthers 2020 NFL Draft
The Panthers went 7-for-7 on defensive players in the 2020 draft, and our FanPulse users believe that was the right thing to do.
Marty Hurney and Matt Rhule made the honor roll based on the marks they received from NFL draft pundits.
While the team as a whole took a giant step in the right direction in fixing one of the leagues worst defenses from last season, there are still plenty of places to improve.
The Panthers have potentially added four starters to the defense.
The Panthers made seven picks in the 2020 NFL Draft. Let’s recap who the picks are and grade the overall draft.
The Panthers go 7-for-7 on defense in the 2020 NFL Draft with the selection of a cornerback in the final round.
Panthers select Bravvion Roy with the No. 184 overall pick
The Panthers add another defender in the fifth round.
The Panthers added some more speed to their secondary with their fourth round pick.
The Panthers have the No. 7 pick in the fourth round (No. 113 overall), so let’s look at the 10 best options for them.
The Carolina Panthers bolstered their secondary by adding versatile safety Jeremy Chinn.
The Panthers have made a trade.
The Panthers continue to build their defense from the bottom up.
There’s a chance the Panthers trade the former second round pick if they are "blown away by an offer" over the next two days.
The Panthers addressed their NFL-worst run defense from 2019 by nabbing a premier run stuffer in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, and experts think that was a smart move.
The Panthers have the No. 6 pick in the second round (No. 38 overall), so let’s look at the 10 best options for them.
The Panthers filled a big hole in their defense on day one. What is left for day two?
The Panthers have bolstered their run defense with their first round pick by selecting former Auburn Tiger Derrick Brown.
The Panthers have a lot of needs, but our FanPulse users believe a stud defensive lineman is the biggest one.
The Panthers made Christian McCaffrey the highest paid running back of all time, and it’s draft time.
Why not use the 2020 draft to finally fill the void left by Jordan Gross so many years ago?