They’ll go selection by selection and talk through how they think each player, from Derrick Brown to Stan Thomas-Oliver fits into the Panthers defense, what kind of fun wrinkles Phil Snow might have planned in the secondary – will he run the weird three safety set he ran at Baylor? – and whether any of the UDFAs have a chance to make the Panthers roster in 2020.
Vincent and Oli have gone through every position board – there’s still time to go back and listen before Thursday – and now they’ll talk about draft strategy in general, why Vincent is strongly in the TRADE DOWN camp and if they don’t, which player he prefers out of the five names that are consistently mentioned for the Panthers and the seventh pick in the draft.
Vincent & Oli examine the differences between a 3-4 DE and an edge rusher and why some guys on the Panthers roster are already more suited to be edge rushers in the 4-3 — they’ll talk about why Vincent thinks Chase Young is in line to be an NFL Superstar and why he thinks Zack Baun and Curtis Weaver might be worthwhile draft picks.
While the Panthers might not be in the market for a high-end running back — at least, not yet — Vincent and Oli work their way down Vincent’s draft board at the running back slot — what are the traits you should be looking for when evaluating a college running back prospect? Should the Panthers extend CMC? Those questions and more, answered!
Vincent and Oli are here to talk about the different roles on the defensive line as they examine the options at a position of huge need for the Panthers – who will start next to Kawann Short? Will there be a player in the first three rounds aside from the two obvious options in Brown and Kinlaw?
Vincent and Oli are quarantining separately – but that just means there’s more time to #grindsometape and this week, it’s all about the big guys up front – from guard to take to center, the guys will talk through the entire class and why the Panthers NEED to draft some talent in 2020!