WR power rankings ahead of Carolina Panthers training camp in 2021

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87. . . . ROBBY ANDERSON. 2. player

Robby Anderson – Carolina Panthers WR

Things couldn’t have gone much better during Robby Anderson‘s first season with the Carolina Panthers in 2020. The player proved he was a victim of his environment on the New York Jets, going over 1,000 yards receiving for the first time, and was a dynamic weapon to call upon all over the field.

Anderson needs to prove this wasn’t just a flash in the pan on the final year of his deal. If he puts up similar or better numbers next season, then it’s going to come with some serious money on his next contract.

Whether that will be in Carolina or elsewhere remains to be seen. But the Panthers should make the most of Anderson’s talent while they can.

. . D.J. MOORE. 1. player. 87.

D.J. Moore – Carolina Panthers WR

It’s clear that D.J. Moore is destined for greatness. The numbers he’s put up over the last two seasons are hugely impressive in normal circumstances, but the fact he hasn’t had a stable presence at quarterback makes it all the more outstanding.

Moore goes into the 2021 campaign as one of the league’s best young playmakers and clearly among the NFL’s most underrated wide receivers. Should the former first-round pick continue trending on an upward curve, then the Panthers will be sending megabucks his way next spring.

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There is nothing to suggest Moore is not capable of this. If Sam Darnold hits the ground running under center, then expect the Maryland product to attain his first Pro Bowl selection once the upcoming campaign comes to a conclusion.