The NFL draft is always full of prospects than can help a team improve. However, finding the right player for your team is always a challenge.
We all know of the top receiving prospects in the nation—Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon, South Carolina's Alshon Jeffery, Notre Dame's Michael Floyd—but many don't realize that in 2012, the Panthers will have to find skill position talent in Round 2 and onto Day 3.
The team will almost assuredly draft defense in the first round, leaving the front office with some work to do if they want to surround Cam Newton with more talent for his sophomore season.
Here are five prospects that you may not have necessarily heard of, but would play a major role in the Panthers' offense if they are drafted in 2012.