Tampa Bay took the best player in the draft in Jameis Winston with the first pick and with five selections among the first 78 picks, the New Orleans Saints notably added to its roster, as well. It was the Atlanta Falcons, however, which stood out among NFC South clubs during the 2015 NFL Draft.
Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman insists the team's draft philosophy is B-P-A -- best player available -- but the team's 33 pre-draft visits indicate there is another factor in play -- many refer to it as filling roster N-E-E-D-S.
When the Carolina Panthers are on the clock at No. 25 overall, who should GM Dave Gettleman target? Another talented receiver to pair with 2014 first-rounder Kelvin Benjamin or offensive tackle help top the team's needs list.
The Carolina Panthers are on a run of impressive first-round picks -- Cam Newton (2011), Luke Kuechly (2012), Star Lotulelei (2013) and Kelvin Benjamin (2014) -- but general manager Dave Gettleman is under pressure to add difference-makers on both sides of the ball. Who would you draft with the team's nine picks in 2015?
This article is one of a 32-part series in which the goal is to identify one relatively unheralded player selected in the 2014 NFL Draft who appears to be an especially good schematic fit with his new NFL team.