The third pick the Raiders have in the first round is due to the trade they made with the Chicago Bears prior to the season, as they sent away Khalil Mack for draft picks. Though this is the pick they got from the Bears, they should use it to replace the guy they gave up to the Dallas Cowboys for their first round pick in 2019, adding a quality wide receiver.
There are a couple wideouts in the draft class who have a first round grade, including Ole Miss speedster A.J. Brown. There is nothing to not like about Brown when it comes to him being a standout player at the next level, as he has the talent to take the lid off a defense, and would be a major weapon for Derek Carr next season.
Jordy Nelson is expected to be back, and 2018 seventh round draft pick Marcell Ateman looked good in limited action this past season. Brown would be a guy who could slide in and be the No. 1 or No. 2 option at the position for Carr in year one, and learning behind Nelson could make him a serious playmaker for years to come.