Which Panthers player will make his 1st Pro Bowl this season?

Brian Burns, a defensive end for the Carolina Panthers, had a particularly memorable season in 2021 since it was the first time he was chosen to compete against the finest players in the league

So who among his teammates will come next? In an attempt to ascertain that, Around the NFL reporter Nick Shook chose one player from each of the 32 clubs in the league who is most likely to make their first Pro Bowl.

He selects safety Jeremy Chinn, another promising young defensive player, for the Panthers. The Panthers' defence, according to Shook, "had one of the stingier ones in the NFL for a good stretch of last season."

'm virtually forced to go on the defensive side of the ball and I'm going with a player with tonnes of upside because their quarterback situation is still up in the air.

Chinn didn't do as well in 2021 as he did in his rookie season in 2020, but that's alright. Sophomore slumps are common, but if Chinn can turn things around, I can see him earning some Pro Bowl consideration.

Chinn is unquestionably a good selection for Carolina, while there are a number of other viable options on the squad. Burns, running back Christian McCaffrey

linebacker Cory Littleton, returner Andre Roberts, punter Johnny Hekker, and long snapper JJ Jansen are the only six players who have never received a nomination.

Wide receivers DJ Moore and Robbie Anderson, offensive tackle Taylor Moton, and linebacker Shaq Thompson are some prominent Panthers who have yet to be selected to the Pro Bowl

They also have a few more players, including defensive tackle Derrick Brown, linebacker Frankie Luvu, and cornerback Jaycee Horn, who might have a breakout season

But Chinn, whose unique and adaptable skill set should soon result in an all-star lineup, is the man of the hour.