This is just a series of player evaluations for some players that I would like us to draft come May. There are others to look as of course, but hopefully this is a start.
Mike Evans, WR (Texas A+M)
Mike Evans is a big physical receiver who excels on the outside. However, there is much more to Evans than just his size. He uses his hands well in getting release from press coverage. Although he doesn't possess elite speed, he is still able to get separation. Evans is best
Cyril Richardson, OG (Baylor)
-listed at 6'5 and 335lbs, projected to run 5.3s 40YD
-very powerful run blocker
-needs to improve awareness in pass protection
-good footwork but hands need improvement
-unremarkable initial burst
Grade: 2nd-3rd rounder
Gabe Jackson, OG (Mississippi State)
-listed at 6'4 and 320lbs, projected to run 5.33s 40YD
-good run blocker
-very good in pass protection
-very strong mechanics,
Originally Posted by monkey48
Rivera, baring a miracle, will not be HC when we take the field against the Cardinals., Shula might be gone too. I'm not saying that either of them are incompetent, but you have to win games. What with a major change in leadership, I can't see this season going very well.
We need a new HC, OL coach and possibly OC. I really rate Pete Perot as an OL coach. What he was able to do at LA tech was very impressive and I think some of those ideas would work well within our system. Other coaching
There are plenty of big-name college receivers expected to go in the first two rounds of the NFL draft; Watkins, Lee, Hoffman, Mathews and the list goes on. However, one WR who seems to be being ignored is Texas Senior "Magic" Mike Davis. In this piece I will attempt to explain why I believe Davis should be a player Panthers fans should be looking at come draft day.
Davis is fast. Really, really fast. If you watch tape from his games against Ole Miss, Texas Tech, Iowa State or
The purpose of this piece is to outline the strengths and weaknesses of our roster in order to evaluate where it is likely to be upgraded next offseason.
We have a much more stable roster than this time last year. Whereas last year the D-Line was an area of weakness we have now resigned our lead DT as well as drafting two of the top interior linesmen in the draft. Not only does this give us a very good group of players but also a stable base to build upon defensively. Credit must also be
Updated 06-18-2013 at 12:23 PM by monkey48