Ace Sanders of South Carolina. He is not as good as Randall Cobb regrettably, but contrary to what Mel Kiper thinks, he could be a T.Y. Hilton type in this draft. In any case, it beats hoping/waiting for Joe Adams to pan out.
Since I mentioned mock drafts, I will take a stab at it.
1. Sheldon Richardson or Shariff Floyd (other DTs are rated higher and more polished but these are the ones who will most likely be able to rush the passer ... the Panthers have LBs to stop the run so don't really need a big run stuffing NT like Johnthan Hankins, Star Lotulalei or John Jenkins as much, plus they can get a run-stopping DT like Kwame Geathers in a later round).
2. RT D.J. Fluker. I know, his pass protection skills are suspect, though some are saying not as nearly as previously thought. That is not my biggest concern. My biggest concern is that by playing on an Alabama OL that has 3-4 other guys who may start in the NFL, how good are any of the individual players? However, the good news is that of those guys, Fluker and Cyrus Kouandjio are probably the best natural athletes. As far as pass protection goes ... Newton is a dual threat QB. With Newton, Stewart and Williams, the Panthers need to be a running team, and Fluker is the best run-blocking lineman in this draft.
3. Ace Sanders
4. Zeke Motta, FS, Notre Dame. Has size, speed, can run, can cover, can hit.
5. Levine Toilolo, TE, Stanford. The Panthers badly need a backup TE, and this guy would start for nearly all college teams. He just happens to be stuck behind Zach Ertz, the #1 TE in the draft. 6'7", 265 lbs, can block, catch, run, jump etc.
6. Jeff Baca, OG, UCLA. A pass blocking interior OL to challenge for time at RG (we hope). Or if a run blocker is better, Josh Dworaczyk of LSU or John Sullen of Auburn.
7. DT Gilbert Pena of Ole Miss. Run stopper for depth.