We here at RotoExperts' Xtra Point Football feel that no one, outside of the team itself, has a closer feel for what NFL teams are going to do on draft day than the local media that covers the team day in and day out. With that in mind we are working together with prominent media personalities in all 32 NFL cities having them make selections for their home team in our 2011 Media Mock Draft.
What makes process closer to real life NFL Draft than most NFL Mock Draft's is that the individuals making these selections are not worried if somebody is rising or sliding on draft boards. These respected media personalities are going to choose the player that best fits their team, similar to what happens in the NFL on draft day.
Without further ado, the Carolina Panthers are on the clock...
Selecting for the Panthers is Darin Gantt, Carolina Panthers beat writer for the Rock Hill Herald/Charlotte Observer.
1) Carolina Panthers - Cam Newton, QB, Auburn Tigers- "The Panthers may not be locked into taking a QB (I think they're strongly considering [Patrick] Peterson, [Marcell] Dareus and others), but he's the one with the most potential. They're doing loads of research, and if he checks off all the boxes, he gives them their first real chance at a franchise quarterback since they took Kerry Collins in the first round of their first draft."
The Denver Broncos are now on the Clock...
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