5 prospects Carolina Panthers should avoid in the 2023 NFL Draft

This may be an unpopular name as the upside of Anthony Richardson is astronomical.

 But his limited starter tape at college means taking the Florida man No. 1 overall represents a huge risk for the Carolina Panthers.

The one player who stole the show at the NFL Scouting Combine was Richardson.

 His 4.43-second 40-yard dash was incredible and his 40.5-inch vertical was a quarterback record.

The signal-caller's 10-foot-9 broad jump equaled the best-ever mark for prospects at the position.

 This saw Richardson shooting up draft boards with some even mocking him in the top three.

Richardson's athletic traits are truly phenomenal. But he still has things to work on in terms of passing.

Just 13 starts at the collegiate level with the Gators and a 54.7 percent pass completion ,

have left some concerned about how Richardson will translate at the next level.

Even if the ceiling could be higher than any quarterback prospect entering the NFL this year.


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