The Oakland Raiders have ten picks in the 2019 NFL Draft, and if the season ended tomorrow, they would hold the No. 2 overall selection.
The Oakland Raiders had a pretty solid 2018 NFL Draft, as they added some players that could be real keys to the team for the next five years. Guys like Kolton Miller, Arden Key, Maurice Hurst, and PJ Hall have all made impacts as rookies, though the team has been awful as a unit in 2018.
If the season ended tomorrow, the Raiders would have the No. 2 overall selection in the first round, which they would likely use on an elite edge rusher. Outside of their own first round pick, the Raiders also have the first round selection of the Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears, thanks to the trades they made giving away Amari Cooper and Khalil Mack, respectively.
With the Cowboys loss on Monday night, the Raiders now have two top-10 picks next April, and there is a ton of elite college players coming out in 2019. The Raiders are in full rebuild mode, and this will be a draft class that makes or breaks Jon Gruden’s run with the team.
Here are the picks the Raiders currently have according to tankathon.com, so let us take a look at what the team’s 2019 draft class could look like next April.