Panthers 2024 NFL Mock Draft: New regime adds gifted receiver, offensive line reinforcements in 7-round mock

The Carolina Panthers will need to make significant moves in the offseason, and one way to do so would be to evaluate the talented rookies they will draft.

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Carolina looks to beef up defense drafting stellar defensive player from Michigan

No. 65: Kris Jenkins, EDGE, Michigan

Kris Jenkins is a formidable force in defending the run, standing tall at 6'3 and weighing 305 pounds. His explosive power is unparalleled, and while he may not be the most consistent pass-rusher in the draft, his natural leverage and anchoring ability make him a strong contender in that area as well. With his incredible potential, there is no doubt that Jenkins will significantly impact the Panthers.

No. 101: Tanor Bortolini, IOL, Wisconsin

Tanor Bortolini is an outstanding football player with impressive footwork and above-average awareness. During the 2023 season, he served as the center for Wisconsin, playing 868 snaps over 12 games. He allowed only eight quarterback hurries, two quarterback hits, and one sack during this time. Tanor possesses incredible talent and is a force to be reckoned with on the field.

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No. 140: Dwight McGlothern, CB, Arkansas

Dwight McGlothern is a fluid mover who possesses decent speed. His ball skills are noteworthy, and he can track the ball downfield exceptionally well. During his four years at Arkansas, he performed splendidly, recording a total of 112 tackles, of which 95 were solo tackles. Additionally, he came away with 8 interceptions.