Carolina Panthers: 2010 NFL Draft do-over (6 rounds)

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Tramaine Brock, Carolina Panthers
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Pick Analysis. 249. player. 87. Scouting Report. CB. MINNESOTA. TRAMAINE BROCK SR.

Carolina Panthers 2010 Draft: Tramaine Brock over Robert McClain (No. 249)

The Panthers took defensive back Robert McClain with their last pick in the draft. He put together a moderately successful career playing for a lot of different teams.

McClain only spent one year with the Panthers and then went to the Jacksonville Jaguars for a season before landing with the Atlanta Falcons.

The player spent three seasons in Atlanta until another opportunity beckoned in Carolina. This didn’t work out again and McClain was moved on to the San Diego Chargers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where he finished his career.

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McClain ended his time in the NFL with seven interceptions and 287 total tackles. The Panthers were right to pick a defensive back, they just took the wrong one.

Tramaine Brock went undrafted and was signed by the San Francisco 49ers. In his seven years with the 49ers, he was very productive.

Brock had 11 interceptions and 171 tackles with the 49ers. He was a very solid corner and probably should have been taken at some point in the seventh round.

After his seven years with the 49ers he spent some time with the Minnesota Vikings, Denver Broncos, and last season he played with the Tennessee Titans who had one of the best defense in the league.

If the Panthers would have taken Brock instead of McClain they would have picked a very productive corner, which is something that the organization has needed badly for a long time.

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