Projections for Carolina Panthers’ wide receiver group in 2020

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Pharoh Cooper

  • 28 receptions, 290 yards, two touchdowns

There is plenty of excitement surrounding the exciting skill set that Pharoh Cooper brings to the Carolina Panthers. The wide receiver can be used almost anywhere on the field. And he has been one of the standout performers at training camp so far.

Cooper’s ability to impact the game as a wide receiver, running back, and kick returner is another significant asset for offensive coordinator Joe Brady to utilize. The player stands a good chance of getting some opportunities as the season goes on providing nothing changes drastically between now and when the Panthers clash with the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 1.

The wideout recorded career-highs in receptions and yards gained in 2019. And this is something he can better next time around in Brady’s dynamic scheme.

Seth Roberts

  • 34 receptions, 440 yards, three touchdowns

The Carolina Panthers are hoping that Seth Roberts can make a big impression following his free-agent move from the Baltimore Ravens. He was used sparingly by the organization in their run-first offense last season. But only time will tell as to just how many targets he is going to get.

Roberts has everything one looks for in a dynamic receiver. He is fast, possesses good hands, and is big enough to create separation in the tightest of windows. The wideout is also something a little bit different to what Carolina currently has. So a strong campaign could be in the offing.

It will be important for Roberts to stamp his authority early on to avoid the coaching staff looking elsewhere on the depth chart. He is the favorite to lock down the No. 4 receiver position. And this should see plenty of time on the field in Brady’s scheme.