On Tuesday, the NFL awarded 32 compensatory picks for the 2020 NFL Draft, given to teams who ended up losing more free agents than they gained in the previous year.
To no one's surprise, the Panthers didn't receive any extra picks, but that news did finalize the 2020 draft order for all seven rounds. Here's a concrete look at when Carolina will be on the clock come April.
Something to note: There are 255 picks instead of 256 (the yearly maximum) since the Arizona Cardinals forfeited a fifth-round choice by making a selection in last year's compensatory draft.
The 2020 NFL Draft will take place in Las Vegas from April 23-25.