WR power rankings ahead of Carolina Panthers training camp in 2021

(Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) D.J. Moore and Brandon Zylstra
(Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) D.J. Moore and Brandon Zylstra /
6 of 7
Carolina Panthers
(Billy Hardiman-USA TODAY Sports) David Moore /

87. . . . DAVID MOORE. 4. player

David Moore – Carolina Panthers WR

When one examines free-agent signings that went under the radar, then look no further than David Moore. His production for the Seattle Seahawks was outstanding and general manager Scott Fitterer knew exactly what the player can do after being in the team’s front office before his well-deserved promotion.

Moore is going to be the third wide receiver option in Week 1. But there is little doubt he’ll need to work incredibly hard to keep it.

There is an abundance of young talent breathing down his neck. Moore has done well as a role player behind Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf in Seattle, and he should get plenty of space to work once again in different surroundings.

. . TERRACE MARSHALL JR.. 3. player. 87.

Terrace Marshall Jr. – Carolina Panthers WR

Picking up Terrace Marshall Jr. at No. 59 overall in the draft was an opportunity they simply couldn’t pass up. There were more pressing needs, obviously. But a game-changer such as this dropping into their laps was a no-brainer.

Marshall has everything one looks for in a productive receiver at the next level. He is fast, physical, can get open quickly, and also has the ball skills to be a matchup nightmare against almost anybody.

The Carolina Panthers need to monitor his injury history closely. If they can maintain fitness where Marshall is concerned, the sky is the limit.