NFL Draft: Panthers select Florida State’s Jammie Robinson in 5th round to round out 2023 class

CHARLOTTE — The Carolina Panthers have made all of their scheduled picks in the 2023 NFL Draft after selecting safety Jammie Robinson from Florida State in the fifth round with their last pick of the draft.

The Carolina Panthers kicked off the draft Thursday night by selecting Alabama quarterback Bryce Young with the top pick.

In Round 2 of the draft, the team selected Ole Miss wide receiver Jonathan Mingo with the 39th overall pick.

“He’ll be a new weapon for new Panthers quarterback Bryce Young,” the Panthers stated.

Saturday’s NFL Draft Recap

In their first pick on Saturday, the Panthers selected offensive lineman Chandler Zavala of North Carolina State in the fourth round.

The Panthers rounded out the draft with the selection of Robinson with the 145th overall pick. The Panthers selected six players overall in this year’s draft.

Friday night’s NFL Draft recap

The Carolina Panthers traded up to select Oregon outside linebacker DJ Johnson with the 80th overall pick in the third round of the 2023 NFL Draft.

The team chose to boost its defense on its third pick of the draft by choosing the 6-foot-4, 260-pound linebacker.

They made a move up from the 93rd overall pick in the third round, trading up to the 80th spot with the Steelers. They gave up a late fourth-round pick (132).

Johnson fills a need the Panthers have opposite two-time Pro Bowler Brian Burns, who underwent ankle surgery last week but is expected to make a full recovery before training camp,” the Panthers stated on their website. “Carolina was likely to seek extra help for its defensive front regardless.”

Earlier, the Panthers selected Ole Miss wide receiver Jonathan Mingo with the 39th overall pick in the second round of the 2023 NFL Draft.

“The 6-foot-2, 220-pound receiver is a strong option out of the slot with the ability to gain yards after the catch,” the Panthers stated in a news release following the team’s pick. “He put up 1,758 yards on 112 receptions with 12 touchdowns in his career, averaging 15.7 yards per catch in 34 games with the Rebels.”

The night before, the Panthers picked up Alabama quarterback Bryce Young as the No. 1 overall pick.

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