The Raiders do not only need defensive players heading into next season, as there are holes on the offensive side of the ball as well. They need some depth on the offensive line, and at the wide receiver position to name a few, and here are two players in that class to keep an eye on.
Dalton Risner, Offensive Lineman, Kansas State
Oakland had issues along their offensive line in 2018, and could use some more depth as they head into 2019 and beyond. While they have the best center in the NFL in Rodney Hudson, and tremendous guards in Gabe Jackson and Kelechi Osemele, they struggled mightily when the injury bug hit last season.
In addition, they started two rookies at the tackle spots for most of the year, and in the 2019 NFL Draft, it would be wise to bring in a guy who can offer so much along the offensive line. Dalton Risner is a guy who not only can play center, and guard, but was an All-American offensive tackle for Kansas State in 2018, and the Raiders could roll the dice on him in the second round.
Anthony Johnson, Wide Receiver, Buffalo
The Raiders need some help at the wide receiver position, and they could end up drafting a wideout with one of their three first round picks in April. One player that has been listed in mock drafts as being a second, or third round pick is Anthony Johnson from Buffalo, who will play for the South team this weekend.
Johnson has great size for a wide receiver, and is one of the best pure-catchers in this draft class. The Raiders need his skill set on their roster, and with Jordy Nelson coming back, he would have a great guy to learn behind in year one.