Now that the first round of the 2013 NFL draft is over, it's time to look ahead to day two of the event.
The Panthers landed Star Lotulelei in the first round. The addition of Lotulelei should solidify Carolina's front seven, as the Utah product is stout against the run and can get after the opposing quarterback.
After day one, Carolina still has glaring needs at wide receiver, guard and in the secondary. Rookie GM David Gettleman deserves credit for a successful first round, but the draft's later days will be much tougher to navigate.
Due to a trade made by Marty Hurney during last year's draft, the Panthers will not have a third-round selection. Because of that, Gettleman will only have one opportunity to augment his roster on day two.
There will be plenty of valuable players up for grabs in the first half of the second round, which means Carolina should add another starter with its next pick.
The following players have the potential to improve the Panthers roster and should be targeted once the second round begins.