4 early candidates for Carolina Panthers’ training camp MVP

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Which members of the Carolina Panthers have become early contenders for training camp MVP after a strong showing in recent weeks?

Things are now in full swing for the Carolina Panthers at training camp ahead of the new season. The team is back in pads and working hard to get themselves ready for the stiffest of challenges. But only time will tell as to whether this will result in the organization becoming a surprise package as the campaign progresses.

It appears from the outside looking in that camp has been an immensely positive environment so far. New head coach Matt Rhule has cranked up the intensity of team drills in a bid to hit the ground running in an NFL environment. And this is something that is clearly having a good impact on the Carolina Panthers.

Little is expected of the Panthers in terms of a winning record in 2020. They are undertaking a serious rebuild to get them back to being a possible contender in the future. This might come with its fair share of growing pains when competitive action gets underway. And how this new-look roster comes together at camp is going to be crucial with a lack of preseason games on the schedule.

Some players have really caught the eye with their production on the field so far. This is a good mixture of established stars and those looking to make their way in the league.

Here are four players who are in the early running to become Carolina’s training camp MVP with their performances so far.