Which members of the Carolina Panthers’ young roster could now be classed as emerging ballers after a fine start to the 2020 season?
It has been a 2020 season full of hits and misses for the Carolina Panthers so far. But there are some young players who have shown some tremendous potential.
If this is a trend that continues going forward, then it can only mean good things for the Carolina Panthers and their current rebuild. They placed a lot of confidence in their youth movement this offseason by ridding the roster of prominent veteran leadership and although there is sure to be some twists and turns along the way, gaining valuable starting experience during the initial stages of their development should benefit them considerably.
The Panthers managed to end a ten-game losing streak at the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday. This is another notable milestone for the team to take with them into the challenges that lie ahead, which begins with a clash against early-MVP candidate Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals in Week 4.
Any success that Carolina can generate from the current campaign is going to be a massive bonus. Little is expected from them in terms of a winning record, but this will not be the case in 2021.
If new head coach Matt Rhule is getting a pass in terms of the Panthers’ eventual record this season, he will at least need to show his side are heading on the right path in a bid to possibly becoming a contender in the future.
Let’s take a look at three young Panthers players who are looking like potential ballers this season.