|Damiere Byrd||WR||5-9||173||South Carolina|
|Dean Marlowe||S||6-1||205||James Madison|
|Steve Miller||DE||6-3||256||Ohio State|
The one thing that is clear from this group of players is the Panthers front office wanted to add depth on the defensive line with two defensive ends and two defensive tackle signings. This was one area the team didn’t address during the Draft itself so it isn’t a huge surprise they were focused on this part of the team.
The two most intriguing prospects though are wide receiver Damiere Byrd out of South Carolina and cornerback Garry Peters out of Clemson. Byrd is not a big guy but has a ton of speed, running a 4.28 40-yard dash at the South Carolina Pro Day. Clemson’s Garry Peter played in 12 games for the Tigers in 2014 finishing with 45 tackles, 1 interception, 12 passes broken up and two sacks.
Both of these players play positions that are particularly deep for the Panthers and will need strong OTAs and Training Camp to earn a roster spot. However at a minimum should be able to get a spot on the team’s practice squad.