The Carolina Panthers are visiting with Wyoming WR Robert Herron Monday, April 14. The team worked him out back on April 3.

Footballguys View: Herron plays a lot like a younger version of former Panthers great Steve Smith. He’s a fast player (4.3 40-yard dash) who disguises routes well. Herron can get release off the line of scrimmage in many different ways, and he’ll quickly get into his route. He should go off the board in the second or third round.


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