This first one is a common pick for the Panthers:
28. Carolina Panthers | Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia
Analysis: The additions of Jerricho Cotchery and Jason Avant aren't tantamount to a "fix" at wide receiver, and I could certainly see the Panthers going that direction. But if there's a run at the position as you have here, this may be a better place to take a possible starter at tackle, which is a pretty big deal considering they need a pair of them. Cam Newton's ability to run shouldn't be confused with a lack of need to even create a decent pocket, and I think that's a question mark. Carolina could also look at cornerback here, so the Panthers may just look for the best player available among a few positions where the need is pressing.
Moses in time good be a very good tackle.
At #60 Kiper again addressed a big need:
They got the tackle they needed in Round 1 and now take advantage of the WR depth in Round 2. Huff doesn't blow you away in workouts, but when it's time to compete in pads he consistently makes plays and competes for catches.
Honestly I don't know much about this guy but I will say most of the 2nd tier WRs are off the board so it seems to be a reach.
So what are your thoughts on Mel's latest?