This is the list of current undrafted free agents signed by Carolina. The tracker for the team's free agents will update with each new signed player.
Corey Brown, WR, Ohio State
The Panthers could use as much help at receiver as they can get. They have got an assortment of veterans and locked up a big target in Benjamin to make up Newton's arsenal. Corey Brown was a go-to receiver at Ohio State and led his team in receiving the past two seasons.
Carrington Byndom, CB, Texas
It is amazing the University of Texas did not see a single player from its roster drafted this year. That hasn't happened since 1937. That being said, there should be plenty of talent to tap from the former players who entered the draft and subsequently, free agency.
Carrington Byndom was solid at Texas, and he will find himself competing for a job with the other defensive backs on the team. The task won't be easy with the starting right and left corners being comprised of Charles Godfrey and Antoine Cason. Don't forget about Melvin White, Josh Thomas and Josh Norman.
The cornerback competition will be stiff this summer.
David Foucault, OL, Montreal Carabins
It's not too often you see too many Canadians on an NFL playing field, but here is David Foucault who hails from Quebec. He is a big man standing at 6'7” and 300 pounds. He figures to be competing for a job at offensive tackle, and his size will make him a big obstacle for defenders to get around.
Jared Wheeler, OL, Miami (Fla.)
Jared Wheeler should be competing for a job as a backup to Ryan Kalil at center. However, he can play at offensive guard, so he will have show which position is his strong suit. The Panthers need to keep linemen on the field, and the influx of rookies could solve the problem.
Marcus Lucas, WR, Missouri
Marcus Lucas is another big target who may be added to it. He is slightly shorter than Benjamin, but he could develop into a serious outside threat on the field. He has soft hands and can haul in a lot of passes. Imagine having three targets (Benjamin, Brown and Greg Olsen) who stand at least 6'4” for Newton to find in the end zone.
Denicos Allen, OLB, Michigan State
Denicos Allen should be fun to watch in camp. His size be damned, he proved to be a solid linebacker in college. If he can learn to get around the hulking offensive tackles, tight ends and backs tasked with blocking him, he could be a welcomed asset to an already-stout defense.
Shaq Rowell , NT, West Virginia
There is no telling if Nate Chandler will stay on offense or return to the defensive line. If the former happens, Shaq Rowell should be playing for a chance to fill the vacancy left by him or the one that will be made by Dwan Edwards when he leaves. Of course, he needs to have a good camp and show he can handle pro competition.
Andrew Norwell, OL, Ohio State
He was a left guard at Ohio State and could add some necessary depth if he turns out to be a solid player. The Panthers were decimated by injuries at the guard position last year, and Andrew Norwell is another guy who can resolve the problem.