Carolina Panthers’ 2006 Draft: Two Picks from Being an Amazing Draft


Published: April 30, 2009


... the Pro Bowl, he gets an A. If he has started at least 24 games (1.5 seasons), he gets a B. C's are still on the team. D's are still in the NFL. F's are no longer in the NFL. Plus and minuses are subjective.


Round One, Pick 27: Deangelo Williams, RB, Memphis

With 2,733 rushing yards, 23 rushing TDs, 609 yds receiving and four receiving TDs, he is a near lock to make the pro bowl in the future- As long as he stays healthy and gets his touches. (Gave a little extra bump here) Grade: A-


Round Two, Pick 58: Richard Marshall, CB, Fresno State

Played in all 48 possible games, starting 14 of them. In those games, he has seven interceptions and 246 tackles. It's quite possible that he starts this year for the Panthers, after being an integral part of their pass defense the last three years. I'm going to give him a little bump too, as he didn't meet the starting criteria: Grade B



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