The Raiders need depth at the linebacker position, and even though they are taking Mack Wilson in the first round of our mock, they could afford to spend another pick on the position group in April. While Wilson is going to be a standout middle linebacker at the NFL level, a guy like Otaro Alaka, who played inside in college, will likely move to the outside in the pro game.
The best part about Alaka is how good he is against the run, which is an area the Raiders really struggled in last season. Bringing in a player of his caliber this late in the draft would be a steal, and joining a group that could feature Tahir Whitehead, Wilson, and Jason Cabinda among others, the Raiders would have a pretty solid unit in 2019.
Alex Bars missed most of the 2018 college football season due to a knee injury, as he tore up his knee as the starting left guard for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. A captain for head coach Brian Kelly, Bars should be ready to go for the 2019 NFL season, and with the Raiders, he would provide excellent depth along an offensive line that needs some.
Jon Feliciano is a free agent, and he may decide to test the waters and see if he can get a starting job somewhere. Bars is a guy who could come in and provide depth at guard, and as we saw last season, if Kelechi Osemele and Gabe Jackson have to miss time, the entire offensive line suffers big time.