Carolina's third round pick is LSU guard Trai Turner.
An intriguing pick, Turner is a powerful RG and a good value, at a position of potential need. I feel like Carolina needed a tackle more, and Turner is a guard with apparently some center skill as well.
6'3, 310 lb mauling RG, with a solid amount of athleticism (4.91 40?) and best 10-yard split in the position. He's a knockdown type guard who punishes defenders, not unlike the college tape of the two guards drafted in the top 120 in the last two drafts - Amini Silatolu and Ed Kugbila - except this is against the SEC, instead of non-Division1 opponents.
Interesting to see how that flashes out - my first instinct is Garry Williams and Nate Chandler are at RT for the time being. It's not as if Carolina didn't start a ton of different RG, and this should help the run game. Carolina's tended toward the knockdown G who can also move, and he's another just like that.