5 Panthers players who surged up the depth chart at 2021 training camp

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Terrace Marshall Jr. – Carolina Panthers WR

It didn’t take long for Terrace Marshall Jr. to generate a substantial amount of buzz at training camp. The second-round pick was a bit-part player during the early offseason period as he worked his way back from injury, but there appears little doubt the LSU product is going to be a huge part of the passing attack in 2021.

Simply put, Marshall has everything.

His size and athleticism are matched by superb ball skills and an ability to physically impose his will on any cornerback, which has come with plenty of memorable highlights along the way.

D.J. Moore and Robby Anderson are the top-two wideouts on the team. But that might not be the case for much longer if Marshall reaches or even exceeds expectations.

Opposing teams coming up on the Carolina Panthers schedule will have taken notice of Marshall’s impact in recent weeks. But the simple fact of the matter is they have to worry about so many other dynamic factors that the wideout should have a lot of space to do damage.

Matt Rhule stated Marshall was being considered as a “rotational starter”. The Panthers have plenty of mouths to feed and their focal point returning in Christian McCaffrey, but the rookie should get plenty of opportunities to announce himself on the big stage as the campaign progresses.

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Snapping up Marshall at No. 59 overall was a shrewd bit of business by the Panthers. Even though fans were clamoring for the organization to select a potential franchise left tackle in the second round.