Which Carolina Panthers WRs are standing out?
In fairness to them all, it’s hard to determine just who is standing out consistently outside of the obvious candidates. D.J. Moore and Robby Anderson look set for another big campaign ahead in 2021, which could lead to both getting lucrative contract extensions next spring.
The impact made by Terrace Marshall Jr. has also been notable. His size, speed, ball skills, and physicality are going to assist the Carolina Panthers and new quarterback Sam Darnold right from the outset, with the LSU product already looking like a potential draft steal.
Free-agent signing David Moore has come on over the last couple of practices following an inconsistent start. The same can also be said of Brandon Zylstra, who has the hand-eye coordination and footwork to make a difference when called upon.
If anyone was wondering how Omar Bayless would look after so long out through injury, they needn’t have worried. He’s picked up right where he left off last summer, creating separation quickly and showcasing some dynamic traits all over the field.
It’s also worth keeping a close eye on Ishmael Hyman during the preseason. Last season’s practice squad player has been making some noise and could be in with a shot of making the team.
Keith Kirkwood’s chances suffered a blow after J.T. Ibe sidelined him with a concussion. Ventell Bryant’s suspension could come back to haunt him and the rest have much work to do in the coming weeks.