Next up on my ranking of the top five draft picks in the history of the Carolina Panthers is a player most know by his nickname.
Meet No. 4:
Muhsin Muhammad, wide receiver, 2nd round, No. 43 overall, 1996 out of Michigan State -- Otherwise known as "Moose." He actually made two tour of duties through Carolina, spending his first nine seasons (1996-2004) in Charlotte before going to Chicago and then returning to Carolina for his final two seasons (2008-09).
A two-time Pro Bowl selection, Muhammad finished with 11,438 yards and 62 touchdowns. His 696 catches for 9,255 yards and 50 touchdowns at Carolina ranks second all-time behind Steve Smith. His 16 touchdown catches in 2004 remain a single-season record.
Muhammad co-led the NFL in receptions in 2000 with 102, which stood as a team record until Smith caught 103 in 2005. He held all the team receiving records when he left Carolina after the 2004 season. He set a Super Bowl record with his 85-yard touchdown catch in Carolina's 32-29 loss to New England following the 2003 season.
Few Panthers have been more productive than this 6-foot-2, 215-pounder whose signature touchdown dance was featured in the opening cameos of "Madden NFL 2006."
That's why he's No. 4. Can guess who is next?