A peek at Trevin Wallace’s Instagram story would indicate that he’s visiting the Carolina Panthers this afternoon. The University of Kentucky linebacker is currently projected as a Day 3 pick for the upcoming 2024 NFL draft.

Wallace, a Jesup, Ga. native, spent all three of his collegiate seasons in Lexington. There, he amassed 166 total tackles (18 for a loss), 10.0 sacks, three interceptions, two forced fumbles and four passes defensed over 36 games.

At 6-foot-1 and 237 pounds, Wallace possesses a very intriguing blend of size for an inside linebacker. Those measurables are even more impressive considering he clocked his 40-yard dash at 4.51 seconds—the third-fastest amongst all players at his position from this year’s scouting combine.

Along with Wallace, the Panthers have also recently brought in wide receiver Troy Franklin, tight end Ben Sinnott, center Jackson Powers-Johnson and defensive linemen Maason Smith and Ruke Orhorhoro, among others.