The Carolina Panthers don't have many holes in their roster, but do have glaring needs where there are holes. Wide receiver was their biggest concern for awhile, but given the recent announcement that Jordan Gross is retiring, via Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer, offensive tackle has instantly become their biggest need.
Gross was an integral part of their running game and was also a consistently great blocker on Cam Newton's blind side. They would be able to lock in a nice replacement in the first round, and Zack Martin of Notre Dame would be a great prospect to consider when the Panthers are on the clock.
After the first round, Carolina will need to target a wide receiver to start across from Steve Smith and also some defensive backs to bolster their secondary.
The 2014 NFL draft is a great opportunity for the Panthers to get better, and they will definitely be taking advantage of it come May.