MOBILE, Ala. — The Panthers’ coaching staff gets two hours a day to run practice at the Senior Bowl, and they have another two hours of meetings a day with the American team.
There are a few other chances to get to know some of the college all-stars assembled in Alabama this week, but head coach Matt Rhule is using every second he can to evaluate.
Even time in elevators.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic is still impacting every facet of the scouting process, limiting face-to-face time with prospects, Rhule said that even chance encounters would all be filed away.
“There was a player last year, and I won’t say who, but was supposed to be drafted pretty highly,” Rhule said Tuesday. “And I got in the elevator with him at the Combine, and I was like, by the end of that
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