The Carolina Panthers made great strides in 2013 and will look to further improve their roster in April's upcoming draft.
There are a only a couple of positions that really need work—cornerback and wide receiver. It would be wise of the Panthers to nab a reliable receiving threat in the first round, and one player who fits the bill is Kelvin Benjamin.
He has a large, strong frame but has pretty nimble feet and explosive speed. They'll have some other options, but he will most likely be the one due to their current slot at pick 28.
Carolina will also have its pick of a nice crop of cornerbacks that could help out some way, but the Panthers may turn to a small-school guy instead of a bigger Division I player.
Either way, the Panthers will look to capitalize on the opportunities they'll be given in the draft in order to better themselves as a team and make an even bigger dent in the NFL next season.