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Aside from a few minor changes, the updated mock for Rounds 2-7 remains the same.
Round 2 (60th Overall)
Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia: Carolina went another direction in getting Benjamin in the first round. It won't matter because Moses will be available to them in the second. The need here is two-fold: Start rebuilding the offensive line, and provide Newton with someone capable of protecting his blind side. Moses will be an asset in both pass protection and run-blocking.
Round 3 (92nd Overall)
Ross Cockrell, CB, Duke: Much like the prediction made in the previous slide, Cockrell will be the choice in the third round. The Panthers will have picked up their wide receiver and offensive tackle, leaving only the secondary to be addressed. Cockrell has the smarts to play well in the league, and if he fine-tunes his game, he should be a welcome addition.
Round 4 (128th Overall)
Anthony Steen, OG, Alabama: This pick is a big body that could add some depth to the interior of the offensive line. Anthony Steen should be able to go when camp opens and could compete for playing time with the current offensive guards on the Carolina roster.
Round 5 (168th Overall)
Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers: Another big receiver but one who is not as physical as he should be. However, if he is groomed properly, Brandon Coleman could turn out to be a decent receiver and maybe become one of the steals of the draft. Having two big receivers will provide Newton with inviting targets inside the red zone.
Round 6 (204th Overall)
Justin Britt, OT, Missouri: Justin Britt is a big lineman who could potentially move to the inside. The Panthers need as much help upfront as possible, and he could be the logical choice in the sixth round. Drafting a lineman who can move from one spot to another is better than changing the position of a defensive lineman because there are no more bodies available on the offensive side of the ball.
Round 7 (225th Overall Pick)
Jalen Saunders, WR, Oklahoma: The perfect complement to the tall and rangy Benjamin, Jalen Saunders has the speed to make plays underneath. Given the newest addition to Carolina, he could even challenge for deep balls as well.
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