One season isn't enough to consider him a top 10 receiver in the league, but McLaurin's 1,118-yard season proves he is the go-to target in D.C. Washington needs to add a partner for the third-year receiver. They also need speed for either the outside or in the slot, thus adding an extra element to the passing attack. Rivera and GM Martin Mayhew could do both.
Trey Lance will be the best quarterback option available for the Panthers if they choose to stay put at No. He's not going to make an immediate impact and will likely need to sit and learn for a while as he adjusts to the NFL game. Not to mention, he only played one game this past fall due to the pandemic, so it's going to take him some time to get to where he wants to be.
Sherman will be 33 years old when the season begins but he is still a valuable piece for a defense that desperately needs a big corner. At 6-foot-3 he can still go head-to-head with the best receivers in the game. The NFC South features so many big-time wideouts like Michael Thomas and Mike Evans that the Panthers do not currently have an answer for.