Panthers Reach Terms with Six Undrafted Free Agents

WR Darvin Adams, Auburn – Only player in AU history with two seasons of 900-plus receiving yards … Caught at least two passes in 26 of the last 27 games and last 19 consecutive games dating back to 2009 … 6th in AU history in career receptions with 115 … 6th in AU career receiving yards with 1,978 … T-3rd in AU history with 17 career TD’s … Eight 100-yard receiving games which is third-most all-time at AU … Holds AU bowl game record for receptions with 12 vs. Northwestern in 2010 Outback Bowl … Auburn single-season record holder with 60 catches (2009) … Set SEC Championship Game record with 217 receiving yards in 2010 championship game victory over South Carolina.

OC Ryan Pugh, Auburn – Has started 31 games and appeared in 32.

OT Byron Bell, New Mexico – Recorded over 100 knockdown blocks in his senior season. He graded out above 90 percent for the year and showed why he is one of the best left tackles in the country. Bell finished the year with 10 or more knockdowns in six games. He had a season-best grade out percentage (92) against New Mexico State. – New Mexico football

CB Kendric Burney, North Carolina – • Earned UNC Coaches’ Player of the Week honors after the win over Tennessee in 2010

• Earned UNC Coaches’ Player of the Week honors after wins over Georgia Southern & Miami in 2009.
• Named the Walter Camp Football Foundation National Defensive Player of the Week after the win over Miami in 2009

Always seemed to be around the ball and make plays • Had 11 career interceptions, which ranks seventh all-time at UNC • Started 44 games at UNC • Finished career with 358 interception return yards, which ranks second all-time in the ACC.

LB Nick Bellore, Central Michigan – Started first 51 consecutive games of his career … second longest streak in school history … started 52 games in his career, which is tied for the most in school history … ranks third in CMU history with 472 total tackles … 24 career 10-tackle games … three consecutive 100-tackle seasons … just the sixth player in CMU history to earn All-MAC first team honors in three different seasons … selected to play in 2011 East-West Shrine Game.

K Adi Kunalic, Nebraska – Kunalic has excelled as a kickoff specialist for Nebraska each of the past four seasons, helping the Huskers field one of the nation’s top special teams units. Kunalic has been the starting kickoff man since setting foot on campus in 2007, and has racked up a remarkable 125 touchbacks during his career.

In 2010, Kunalic had a career-high 39 touchbacks and Nebraska’s touchback total was the third-most in the country. Kunalic’s strong leg has helped Nebraska rank first in the Big 12 Conference in kickoff coverage with a net average of 46.9 yards per kickoff. Kunalic is also accomplished in the classroom earning first-team academic All-Big 12 honors for the third straight season.

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One Response to “Panthers Reach Terms with Six Undrafted Free Agents”

  1. Jeff says:

    Darvin is an amazing pick up! He is legitimate & will shock the NFL! Great job Panthers! Yes!!!!!

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