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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No. 164: Tommy Eichenberg, LB, Ohio State

Tommy Eichenberg is a dependable and intuitive linebacker who excels in physicality at the point of attack. He possesses an adequate size that fits today's modern game of football. However, he needs to work on his awareness of zone coverage. In 2023, he played in 10 games and recorded 82 total tackles, along with one sack.

No. 179: De'Corian Clark, WR, UTSA

De'Corian Clark was once considered a potential Top 100 player for the draft, but his chances took a hit after he suffered a torn ACL during the 2022 season. Clark is known for his impressive speed, especially when catching deep balls. He is challenging to cover in catch-and-run situations and has a knack for creating separation downfield. Although Clark returned from his ACL injury in 2023, he only played in one game and was not involved in the passing game.