The Carolina Panthers have done a great job asserting themselves this season, and it's led them to a No. 2 seed in the NFC with a chance for a championship. While they've done a great job as a whole this season, there are still areas to improve.
Their most glaring need is a legitimate No. 2 receiver across from veteran Steve Smith. There are a number of guys who would fill their need, but the name that first comes to mind is Kelvin Benjamin. He's a big-bodied, physical receiver who could fit perfectly into Carolina's offense.
As a compliment to Smith, Benjamin would be a great target to have in the red zone. The threat of a 6'5" receiver would open things up for the other receivers like Greg Olsen and Smith.
Aside from receiver, the Panthers have a few other positions that could use some tuning up, and they'll get a chance to address them in the draft.