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No NFL combine for the 2021 draft? No problem. The good folks over at MockDraftable.com were still able to piece together their yearly spider graphs of the incoming rookie crop.
So, with a little help from the prospect testing at their respective pro days, here are the measurables and percentiles for the Panthers’ 2021 draft class.
CB Jaycee Horn
In case you couldn’t tell, that’s a pretty freakish web. Horn will be able to cover plenty of rare air with his height, wingspan and jumps.
And if you still couldn’t tell how special of an athlete Horn is, check out his Relative Athletic Score (RAS) as well, where his 9.99 mark ranked second among all cornerbacks tested since 1987.
WR Terrace Marshall Jr.
Marshall’s got the hops too, which is even crazier considering he measures in at slightly over 6-foot-2. Like Horn, his above average athleticism is one of a few reasons general manager Scott Fitterer jumped on him in the second round.
OT Brady Christensen
While he doesn’t measure up favorably, Christensen is one hell of an athlete. (See a theme here yet?) Each of his athletic test results landed him in at least the 85th percentile.
TE Tommy Tremble
Tremble, noted primarily for his blocking at Notre Dame, will look to tap more into that high-end testing as a pass catcher at the next level.
RB Chuba Hubbard
Hubbard’s web isn’t as encompassing as the four teammates ahead of him, but it’s still quite solid. He’s a longer-bodied back with relatively good agility that’ll look to compete for the open reps behind Christian McCaffrey.
DT Daviyon Nixon
A defensive tackle with that type of length hitting a 4.9-second 40-yard dash with a 1.7-second 10-yard split? Woof.
CB Keith Taylor
Taylor fits right into that Seattle way of thinking Fitterer has brought over. They love them those tall defensive backs.
OG Deonte Brown
The 6-foot-3, 344-pound Brown was not brought on to be an athlete, and you don’t have to be when you’re a mountain of a man like this.
WR Shi Smith
Smith is pretty jumpy, with his broad and verticals hitting on the 66th and 57th percentiles, respectively. He’s fast as well, having clocked in his 40-yard dash at 4.46 seconds.
LS Thomas Fletcher
Long snappers are people too, but not worthy enough for spider graphs.
DT Phil Hoskins
Hoskins boasts some crazy quick splits for a defensive tackle at 6-foot-4 and 313 pounds. His tremendous 83-inch wingspan will also come in handy at the position when he attempts to bat down passes at the line scrimmage.