Carolina Panthers: T.J. Clemmings, OT, Pittsburgh
25. The Panthers couldn't block for Cam Newton whatsoever early in the season. The offensive line was able to gel late in the year, but there are still some glaring holes there, particularly at both tackle positions. Charlie Campbell reported that multiple teams have second-day grades on T.J. Clemmings, as you can see in the NFL Draft Rumor Mill, but he has enough upside to be chosen late in the first frame.
Carolina Panthers: Nelson Agholor, WR, USC
57. The Panthers likely will select the top available player from the tackle or receiver position in the first few rounds. Those are their two big areas of need. They have to find someone to draw attention away from Kelvin Benjamin.
Carolina Panthers: Buck Allen, RB, USC
89. Jonathan Stewart finished the year on a strong note, but the Panthers can't depend on him because he's so frequently banged up. With DeAngelo Williams officially gone, Carolina will have to add another running back.
Carolina Panthers: Ty Sambrailo, OT, Colorado State
121. It shouldn't surprise anyone if the Panthers double up on the tackle position. Both of their tackles were putrid last year.
Carolina Panthers: Kwon Alexander, OLB, LSU
153. Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis are studs, but Carolina could stand to find a third linebacker to complement the two Pro Bowlers.
Would I be thrilled with T.J. Clemmings? No, there are other OT prospects I like better. But if he's the one that falls to us and DG pulls the trigger, I think the kid definitely has the make-up of an OT (even though its rough, raw material right now). I really, really like all the other picks that (to me) seem to fit BPA at the time they were chosen in addition to filling team needs.
(P.S. This mock is only through the 5th round at this point.)