2020 Carolina Panthers Draft Recap

Austin Mowell
Austin Mowell is an aspiring sports writer who is passionate about football and the NFL draft.
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Today, we will be continuing our look at every team’s 2020 NFL class with a close look at the Carolina Panthers draft. 

The 2020 NFL Draft has come and gone, and 255 collegiate athletes have fulfilled their lifelong dream of hearing their name called to join an NFL roster. In this series, we will be looking at each NFL team’s individual draft and reviewing just how well the team did at adding the next wave of talent to their roster.

For part five of this series, we will be looking at the NFC South’s Carolina Panthers.

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Panthers Draft: The Selections

1st Round, Pick 7: Derrick Brown, Defensive Tackle, Auburn

2nd Round, Pick 38: Yetur Gross-Matos, Edge Rusher, Penn State

2nd Round, Pick 64: Jeremy Chinn, Safety, Southern Illinois

4th Round, Pick 113: Troy Pride Jr., Cornerback, Notre Dame

5th Round, Pick 152: Kenny Robinson, Safety, West Virginia/XFL

6th Round, Pick 184: Bravvion Roy, Defensive Tackle, Baylor

7th Round, Pick 221: Stanley Thomas-Oliver, Cornerback, Florida International

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