Oakland Raiders: 5 players that make sense at No. 24 overall
By Brad Weiss
N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State
As stated earlier, Amari Cooper is gone, leaving Jordy Nelson to be the main wideout entering the offseason for the Raiders. The team has already picked up his 2019 roster bonus, so he will be in the Silver and Black in 2019, so now the question is who do the Raiders put around him.
During his time at Arizona State, N’Keal Harry became one of the better playmakers in the Pac-12, displaying the kind of talent that NFL scouts drool over. Harry has already declared early for the 2019 NFL Draft, and with the Raiders, he would go into the summer as a legitimate threat to be the top wideout in the group.
He not only has great size and speed, but also tremendous hands, and some mock drafts have him going in the top-10. However, you never know how these things are going to shake out, and based on need, and where guys like A.J. Brown, D.K. Metcalf, and Marquise Brown go, Harry could become a steal if he were to be available for the Raiders at No. 24.