4 options if the Panthers move on from Teddy Bridgewater in 2022

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Kedon Slovis – USC

Another hot prospect who would warrant serious consideration is Kedon Slovis, who has been a revelation during his brief time under center at USC so far. The quarterback looks like a star in the making at the next level and although COVID-19 restrictions have limited him to just a handful of games so far in 2020, there has been a lot to like about his performances.

Solvis burst onto the scene in 2019 as a freshman with the Trojans, completing 71.9 percent of his passes on his way to 3,502 yards, 20 touchdowns, nine interceptions, and a 167.6 passer rating. He demonstrated composure at the line of scrimmage beyond his years and has followed this up with 970 yards, five scores, and two picks from three games this time around.

The signal-caller is never going to blow you away with elite arm strength. But his throwing motion is flawless and Slovis’ ability to go through his progressions quickly is something else that really catches the eye when examining his production.

He might not be the No. 1 overall pick, but quarterbacks are always in high demand with desperate teams at the top of the NFL Draft and if the Carolina Panthers fall into this particular category, then it’s clear Teddy Bridgewater isn’t working out and an alternative must be found.