Carolina Panthers: Easy cases for early draft picks

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CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA – NOVEMBER 17: A Carolina Panthers helmet before their game against the Atlanta Falcons at Bank of America Stadium on November 17, 2019 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images)

Here are the easiest answers to the Carolina Panthers draft solutions.

With the quarterback situation winding down the Panthers might actually be more fortunate than you think. Most of the Panthers’ issues lie on the defensive side of the ball, and for the first time in a while the Panthers have a seemingly endless sea of talent available to plug up holes on the roster via free agency and the draft.

This past weekend we bore witness to the multitude of defensive talent available in the 2020 draft class. Now the biggest problem the Panthers face going into the draft is not having enough picks.

With James Bradberry signaling his desire to test the waters of free agency the Panthers now have another problem to deal with. His exit isn’t really the end of the world, but now the Panthers will be forced to make an inexpensive move either in free agency or the draft.

Besides that, the Panthers are going to have to load up on a couple of other defensive positions both via free agency and the draft. However, with the draft being more for the search of long term replacements of former stalwarts, the Panthers need to focus on the character of the positions they need.

Assuming the early picks are defensive prospects, here are what the Panthers need to look out for:

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