Re-Grading the Carolina Panthers' Past 5 Drafts

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Re-Grading the Carolina Panthers' Past 5 Drafts
Stephen Chernin

The results of a draft class can be either successful or an utter failure depending on how well a team's general manager addressed certain needs or areas on the roster.  Over the past five years, the Carolina Panthers have had two different general managers making the tough decisions and have lived or died by the results of those acquisitions.  

Marty Hurney was the architect for the drafts between 2009-2012 along with several drafts before that period.  Dave Gettleman was responsible for last year's and is preparing for his second NFL draft as the Carolina general manager.

Carolina's results from the past five drafts have been a mixed bag.  Some classes were good and others were the complete opposite.  However, all of them have built the team that stands today.  

With that in mind, how did those draft classes grade out?

The next few slides will discuss the period between 2009-2013 and the draft classes the Panthers put together.  Each slide will discuss the players drafted, the round in which they were selected and the impact he made for the team.  Each draft will be concluded with a grade for the class based on the contributions the players selected made to Carolina.

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