CHARLOTTE — Looking ahead to the 2024 NFL Draft, the Panthers have a total of six picks.
They still have their own second through fourth-rounders, plus the Titans' fifth-rounder, the 49ers' fifth-rounder and the Cardinals' sixth-rounder.
The first-rounder went to Chicago in the Mar. 10, 2023 deal which netted them the No. 1 overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft. The Panthers sent their own first-rounder (ninth overall), a late second-rounder, their 2024 first-rounder, a 2025 second-rounder, and wide receiver DJ Moore to make the move up.
Their July 6, 2022 deal with Cleveland for quarterback Baker Mayfield was for a conditional 2024 fifth-rounder. That choice would have become a fourth-rounder if Mayfield hit certain playing time benchmarks (70 percent of their offensive snaps), but he did not so it remains a fifth-rounder.
The sent their 2024 sixth-rounder (along with a 2023 seventh-rounder) to the Jaguars for wide receiver Laviska Shenault Jr. in a deal on Aug. 29, 2022.
That same day, the Panthers acquired the Tennessee fifth in the deal for reserve offensive lineman Dennis Daley and their 2024 seventh-rounder. On Oct. 17, 2022 they acquired the sixth-round pick of the Arizona Cardinals in a trade for Robbie Anderson (along with Arizona's seventh-round pick in 2025).
On Oct 20, 2022, the Panthers traded McCaffrey to the 49ers for four picks (including second, third, and fourth-rounders in 2023 and a fifth-rounder in 2024).
Here's a look at the Panthers' 2024 picks:
— Their own second-rounder
— Their own third-rounder
— Their own fourth-rounder
— San Francisco's fifth-rounder
— Tennessee's fifth-rounder
— Arizona's sixth-rounder