The 2013 NFL draft has come to a close, and while some of the top names are off the board, that doesn't mean there isn't a prize to be had among those who went undrafted. The Carolina Panthers will look at some of the players left in the prospect pool and decide which ones will be a good fit for the team.
After seven rounds and five picks, the Panthers failed to make any additions to their secondary or their wide receiver corps. Both positions could be given a closer look in free agency.
It shouldn't surprise anyone if Carolina signs another defensive or offensive lineman. General manager Dave Gettleman likes the hog mollies, and he may be willing to sign a player to a short-term deal if he feels he can contribute.
The Panthers have a wish list, and here is a look at the most probable players they could target over the next week.