If the Carolina Panthers as an organization were a poker player, they wouldn’t be likely to win too many tournaments.
The team has recently traded several assets to the Chicago Bears for the number one overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft.
It’s no secret that the Panthers are in need of a new quarterback, and they have been reportedly very interested in C.J. Stroud.
According to a recent report, the Panthers are sending many personnel to Stroud’s Pro Day, wanting to see him throw in person.
The #panthers sent a sizeable group, including Frank Reich and GM Scott Fitterer, to Columbus to watch Stroud throw today. There could be as many as 10 Panthers representatives in attendance. https://t.co/t2FQEzxkbG
— James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) March 22, 2023
According to James Palmer of the NFL Network, there could be up to ten Panthers representatives at Stroud’s Pro Day.
This group includes Frank Reich, who is the newest coach of the Panthers.
After a 7-10 season in 2022, the Panthers have committed to achieving greater heights in 2023.
They have been incredibly aggressive in free agency thus far, adding several offensive weapons to their roster.
Trading away D.J. Moore must have been a difficult decision for the team, but they seem to be pleased with who they have added as replacements.
Stroud has been highly touted heading into the NFL Draft and is likely to be the number one overall selection.
Although he was the starter for just two years at Ohio State, Stroud certainly made his presence known.
He finished third in the Heisman Trophy voting in 2022, and will likely carry that chip on his shoulder into the NFL.
Even though he has been highly regarded, Stroud still needs to prove himself in the NFL, no matter what team he ends up joining.NEXT: The Panthers Met With A Top QB Prospect On Tuesday