Beat writer Max Henson delves into Curtis Samuel's fantastic camp in his latest article on the team's website.
“When I’m in my zone,” Samuel said, “I don’t feel I can be stopped.” It’s not just talk. Unstoppable is an accurate way to describe the third-year wideout right now.
"He's light years from where he was when he came in as a rookie." head coach Ron Rivera said of the former second-round pick. "One thing that I talk about is that we have a group of young guys that do need to take that step, and he is one of them.
The praise for Curtis Samuel has been consistent and effusive throughout training camp, with one beat writer saying that Samuel looks like the Panthers No. 1 receiver. I still expect D.J. Moore to lead the team in targets, but Samuel shouldn't be far behind and his ability after the catch should make every reception a good one for his fantasy stats.