Recent NFL Draft statistics revealed what positions the Carolina Panthers have prioritized selecting during the last decade.
The Carolina Panthers’ positional preference with their NFL Draft selections has been revealed in a special feature.
Statistics put together by Vivid Seats over the last ten years show what direction the Carolina Panthers have tended to go in from a position perspective with their 68 selections during the period from 2010-19.
These have come with mixed success over the last ten years, which is customary when you look at other NFL teams. There is always some good and plenty of bad regarding incoming college recruits and 2020 will be no different.
It is imperative that the Panthers get this draft right if they are to stand any chance of making a go of things next season. They now find themselves in one of the toughest divisions in the league during a time of transition. This has the potential to bring great complications.
Head coach Matt Rhule has something of a free hit next season as he looks to put the foundations in place to possibly turn the organization around in the future. He has set his intentions out early by ridding the roster of some highly-paid veterans who were regressing and replacing them with exciting young prospects.
The defense is expected to be a high priority for the Panthers given their concerning lack of depth in virtually every area of the field. This is something that has been a real trend when you examine Carolina’s picks over the last decade.
With that being said, here are the top three positions that have been drafted most frequently by the Panthers.