Round-by-round look at Panthers' 2020 draft picks


Heading into the final day of the NFL Draft, the Panthers will have four picks, one in the fourth (113), fifth (152), sixth (184) and seventh rounds (221).

On Friday, the Panthers used the 148th pick from the fifth round, which they acquired by trading QB Kyle Allen to the Redskins, combined with the 69th overall pick to trade up with Seattle into the last spot in the second round.

With that trade, Carolina secured S Jeremy Chinn, marking just the fourth time the Panthers have picked a safety in the first two rounds of the NFL Draft all time.

It marked the first time that Carolina hasn't picked in the third round since 2015.

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