Meet The Panthers' Undrafted Rookies
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — After not drafting an offensive lineman for the first time in 12 years, the Carolina Panthers have reached terms with four undrafted rookie linemen.
Running back Daniel Porter of Louisiana Tech, fullback Rashawn Jackson of Virginia and receiver Trey Young of South Carolina State were also among the 13 players reaching deals Monday.
The rookie linemen to help Carolina's depth at this weekend's minicamp include Noah Franklin of Oklahoma State, Kurtis Gregory of Missouri, Ray Hisatake of Hawaii and Mark Ortmann of Michigan.
The Panthers also signed tight end Andrew George of BYU, defensive tackle Andre Neblett of Temple, linebacker Sean Ware of New Hampshire, safety Matt O'Hanlon, kicker Aaron Pettrey of Ohio State and punter Blake Haudan of Minnesota.
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