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Full list of Panthers draft picks for 2025

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CHARLOTTE — Looking ahead to the 2025 NFL Draft, the Panthers have a pick in every round, and nine total selections.

They went into the 2024 draft with their own first-rounder, along with their own picks in the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and possibly seventh rounds.

Their own second-rounder went to Chicago in the Mar. 10, 2023 trade for the No. 1 overall pick in the 2023 draft, which was used to select quarterback Bryce Young.

They added the Giants' fifth-rounder in the Mar. 11, 2024 deal that sent Brian Burns to New York. They also acquired a 2024 second-rounder in that deal.

They acquired Arizona's seventh-rounder in an Oct. 17, 2022 deal which sent wide receiver Robbie Anderson to the Cardinals. They also acquired a 2024 sixth in that trade.

They will send a seventh-rounder to the Chiefs as part of a pick swap from the Aug. 29, 2023 trade for wide receiver Ihmir Smith-Marsette.

The Chiefs would get the higher of the Panthers' or Cardinals' sevenths, depending on 2024's results. If both the Cardinals and the Panthers finish ahead of the Chiefs this season, the Panthers would send their 2026 seventh regardless of location to Kansas City to complete that deal. The Panthers would get the Chiefs' seventh next year, regardless.

Then on Apr. 26, 2024, the Panthers acquired the Rams' 2025 second-rounder in a draft day trade-down. They sent the 39th overall pick to Los Angeles in exchange for a second-rounder (52nd overall), a fifth (155) and the 2025 second.

Here's a look at the Panthers' 2025 picks as it stands:

— Their own first

— Los Angeles Rams' second

— Their own third

— Their own fourth

— Their own fifth

— New York Giants' fifth

— Their own sixth

— * Their own seventh, unless it's lower than Arizona's.

— * Arizona's seventh, unless it's lower than Carolina's.

(The Chiefs will get the higher of the two sevenths, but only one of them.)

— Kansas City's seventh.

Xavier Legette was welcomed with fanfare during his first day as a Panther. The first round pick banged the Keep Pounding drum, met with coaches and got the first glimpse at his new jersey.

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