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Full Seven-Round 2024 Carolina Panthers Mock Draft

To say the 2023-24 season has been a  frustrating one for The Carolina Panthers organization is an understatement. With head Coaching disasters, David Tepper getting into some hot water recently, and just overall poor on-field play, it’s safe to say The Panthers will be looking forward to the number one overall pick, right?

Oh. That’s right, I forgot… well, this is awkward. Moving past that, here is my Full 7-Round 2024 Carolina Panthers Mock Draft! 

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The Carolina Panthers TRADE Pick #33 to The Washington Commanders For Picks #36 & #98

Right, Let's just get this out of the way now. With so many holes in their roster, we are going to need as many picks as possible here. I know moving down even a few spots might hinder our chance at a “Game-Changing” Wide Receiver. For the Sake of The Panthers roster (And Bryce Young) it’s a move that had to be made, and we pick up a nice 3rd rounder!

#36- Jordan Morgan (OT) Arizona

“WHAT?! We Need A WiDe ReCeiveR!” Yes yes, I know. But The Offensive line is just as big of a need to be quite honest. Ikem Ekwonu hasn’t exactly lived up to the hype at the tackle position. But there is a reason why he was an All-American at both guard and Tackle, he would benefit from moving inside. Morgan has been a career starter at Left Tackle (37 Games) and provides excellent length and athleticism at 6’5” and 325 pounds. 

#65- Devontez Walker (WR) North Carolina

I think it’s safe to say that Jonathan Mingo was a disappointment in his rookie season, with a big fat Goose egg for touchdowns, and just 418 receiving yards. That doesn’t mean he can’t be much better in year 2, but he, like Bryce Young, needs some help. Devontez Walker is a human highlight reel and is a threat to score on every reception. This is a stacked wide receiver class, but few have the size/speed/physicality that Walker brings at 6’3 200 pounds, with speed in the low 4.4's.

#97- Adisa Isaac (EDGE) Penn State 

The first of back-to-back picks, the Panthers pass rush could look VERY different next season, and not for the better. Adisa Isaac is explosive off the line, with a relentless motor As a pass rusher, he displays good bend and suddenness in his movements, with a good combination of length and flexibility.

At 6’4” and 254 pounds, Isaac has scheme versatile build and quickness and should be a mid-round steal. 

#98- T.J. Tampa (CB) Iowa State

With essentially every cornerback not named Jaycee Horn a UFA, restocking of talent in the secondary will be essential. T.J. Tampa is someone who even got some late first-round consideration. While his tackling needs a little coaching, Tampa is a strong, well-built corner at 6’2 200 pounds. He possesses impressive boundary speed and plays the position with great leverage. Tampa is a potential day-one starter, as long as he develops quickly. 

#134- Mohamed Kamara (EDGE) Colorado State

That’s right, I’m doubling down on the Defensive end position. Kamara is a little undersized, at just 6’1” and 250 pounds, but think of his fellow Colorado State Alumni, Shaq Barrett. Kamara has been one of the most productive edge rushers in the FBS since 2021, with 28.5 sacks & 33 tackles for a loss. Kamara is a relentless run defender and has an impressive amount of power to bully linemen while rushing the passer. Don’t let his size fool you, Kamara can be very impactful right away. 

#159- Dillon Johnson (RB) Washington

Miles Sanders has to be one of the most disappointing free agent signings of the 2023-24 season, averaging a putrid 3.3 yards per carry. Chuba Hubbard hasn’t been much better from a YPC standpoint, but overall he’s been pretty solid. Dillon Johnson was a great duel threat back at Mississippi State, then blossomed into a great runner at Washington this past season. At 6’ 215 pounds, Johnson could be that effective between-the-tackles runner the Panthers are looking for. 

#162- Malik Washington (WR) Virginia

That’s right, I’m doubling down AGAIN—this time, at the wide receiver position. Malik Washington was the entire offense for the Cavaliers this past season, with an incredible 110/1426/9 stat line. Two things scare me just a little about Washington. His size, at just 5’8 185 pounds, and the fact this was his only season of elite production. Regardless, Washington would be an excellent late-round slot option for the Panther's anemic offense. 

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