There are several draft-class prospects who would figure to be the Carolina Panthers' first-round draft pick. Depending on who you ask, the Panthers will either draft a wide receiver or an offensive tackle with the 28th overall pick. Nobody is really wrong because both positions are very weak and could use a boost from the 2014 draft class.
At the beginning of the month, it was touched upon regarding why Carolina's first pick would be an offensive tackle. That is a very real possibility, but so is the fact the team could pursue a wide receiver to be the other face of the offense alongside Cam Newton.
Of course, there is the possibility of the curveball.
During the 2012 draft, the general consensus was the Panthers would draft a defensive tackle. Instead, Marty Hurney opted for a different tactic and went with the best player available. That selection turned out to be Luke Kuechly.
The following slideshow will determine the odds each prospect has to be drafted by Carolina. The odds will be based on their scouting profiles and if they are projected to the Panthers in current and past mock drafts.