The Oakland Raiders lack depth along the offensive line, and that has been blatantly obvious this season, as they have shuttled players on and off their roster. As it stands, they have two rookies at the tackle positions, and with Gabe Jackson landing on the injured reserve, a huge hole at one of their guard spots.
Oakland needs to add depth during the offseason, and bringing in a guy like Dalton Risner with an early second round pick makes a lot of sense. When it comes to the 2019 NFL Draft class, Risner is the most versatile offensive lineman out there, as he has the ability to play center, and guard, all the while being an All-American tackle for Kansas State.
Kolton Miller was drafted in the first round in 2018, and Brandon Parker in the third, but that does not mean the Raiders can’t use another early pick on the offensive line. It has been a major issue all season long, and Risner is a first round talent, so if he is there at No. 33, the Raiders would be wise to pick him up.