On Wednesday, Panthers WR Kelvin Benjamin barely got the ball in team drills. But that seemed more like a conscious effort to spread the ball around to other receivers than anything else.
Benjamin continues to be the most impressive part of this camp to me. It has become obvious that the Panthers’ defensive backs cannot guard him, especially near the goal line. That says something about Benjamin, for sure – but also about the Panthers’ defensive backs.
Benjamin continues to draw praise from coaches, teammates and beat writers alike. He has a tremendous opportunity to earn snaps and targets right away given the turnover in the Carolina receiving corps this offseason, making him a compelling middle round pick.