Carolina Panthers go with DL Yetur Gross-Matos(Penn State) and DB Jeremy Chinn(Southern Illinois University) on Day Two/Round Two of the 2020 NFL Draft

The Carolina Panthers went with defensive lineman Yetur Gross-Matos, from Penn State University and defensive back Jeremy Chinn, from Southern Illinois University, on Day Two of the 2020 NFL Draft….

Here is the word on Yetur Gross-Matos and Jeremy Chinn, from the social media responders at

Steve Wyche
Uh, Panthers quietly ringing up a nice draft already. DT Derrick Brown and DE Yetur Gross-Métos. Matt Rhule told me last night they want to be strong up front and build the D from there. Off to a good start

At one, he lost his father.
At eleven, he lost his brother.
Everything that Yetur Gross-Matos has done since is to make them proud. (@__lobo99)

Emmanuel Acho
#Panthers fans can get excited, Yetur Gross-Matos may be most versatile DL in the entire draft!

What makes him special- #AchoAnswers @__lobo99 @JourdanRodrigue @DNewtonespn #NFLDraft

Brett Kollmann
The Panthers defensive front adding Yetur Gross-Matos is downright gross. You’ve already got Derrick Brown and Brian Burns, and now you add YGM?

It’s a good thing Tom Brady gets the ball out in 2 seconds, because he won’t have much more than that to work with.

B/R Gridiron
The Panthers close out the second round with a safety

Carolina drafts Southern Illinois’ Jeremy Chinn with the No. 64 pick in the #NFLDraft

Bill Voth
Jeremy Chinn can play in the box, slot and deep.

Derrick Brown and Yetur Gross-Matos can play multiple positions on the line.

Position flexibility.

Dov Kleiman
Jeremy Chinn is one of the freakish prospects in the Draft, 6’3, 221 pounds, 4.45 40 time with 20 bench reps and 41 vertical. #Panthers went Safety

Bucky Brooks
For the @Panthers fans who were mad that the team bypassed Simmons at No.7, Rhule opted for another hybrid with similar skills, Chinn is built like a LB but is a SS with CB skills. He’s an intriguing weapon as a 2nd level defender #NFLDraft

Pete Prisco
The Panthers are killing this draft