After watching C.J. Stroud, Panthers’ contingent now having dinner with Bryce Young

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From one quarterback to the next.

The Panthers are making the rounds as they research the top quarterbacks in the 2023 draft. After trading for the first overall pick, Carolina has its choice of prospects.

The team sent 12 representatives to watch C.J. Stroud throw at Ohio State’s Pro Day on Wednesday. Afterward, the group flew to Tuscaloosa to have dinner with Bryce Young ahead of Alabama’s Pro Day on Thursday.

Albert Breer of reports that owners David and Nicole Tepper, General Manager Scott Fitterer, head coach Frank Reich, assistant G.M. Dan Morgan, vice president of football administration Samir Suleiman and coaches Jim Caldwell, Thomas Brown and Josh McCown are eating with Young.

The group dined with Stroud on Tuesday night.

They will travel to Kentucky on Thursday afternoon to see Will Levis throw on Friday. University of Florida quarterback Anthony Richardson throws next Thursday.

All four quarterbacks are expected to make individual visits to Charlotte.

11 responses to “After watching C.J. Stroud, Panthers’ contingent now having dinner with Bryce Young

  1. Wonder if they’ll invite Stoops and Vince Marrow to join them for dinner in Lexington Thursday night? Probably not.

  2. Hopefully the Panthers go with Stroud…
    The other NFC South teams will NOT want to face Bryce Young twice a season….
    Go with generic Cam Newton!

  3. I’d be interested to hear, if there are any qbs who prefer not being drafted by either of the top two teams.

    Panthers seem like a nice rebuild story with committed owner. Houston has a Rep,butting it kindly

  4. Sort of off-topic, but in a situation like that I wonder if any player ever grabbed the check and paid for the dinner. It would be a ballsy move…..

  5. Panthers got fleeced.
    There is no one in this draft worth the cost they paid

  6. Apparently the Panthers aren’t looking for pro talent capable guys – just the overrated clowns from college.

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