David Sills could be a great fit in Carolina according to one mock draft

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One possible future home for David Sills could a few hours south of the Mountain State.

One future home for David Sills could be just a few hours south of the Mountain State. 

Mock Draft season is upon us. It’s virtually impossible at this point to accurately predict how the first round will go, much less beyond that. What you can glean from those who cover teams locally is who might be a good fit if available.

As last season wore on, the Carolina Panthers became more dependent on their young tandem of receivers in D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel. So much so that they decided that they no longer need the services of Devin Funchess. 

That means that Carolina will be looking to fill a roster spot at that position either through free-agency or via the draft.

Bill Riccette of Panthers Wire has Carolina selecting WVU WR David Sills with their third round pick. Here is his reasoning:

Sills (6-foot-4, 209 pounds) turned a lot of heads during Senior Bowl week and established himself as a very strong wide receiver prospect. In fact, there’s a chance he may not even be around at this pick. Even still, adding a player of Sills’ talent to the group would grow Carolina’s passing offense under Norv Turner and yield a solid replacement for Devin Funchess.

What do you think?

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