There is no doubt that the Raiders need to bring in at least one wide receiver during the 2019 NFL Draft, and they may roll the dice twice this April. With their third round pick, which is No. 66 overall, they may be in the market for a wideout like Deebo Samuel, who has all the tools to be a legitimate threat at the NFL level.
Samuel does not quite have the size you look for in a No. 1 wide receiver, but he does have the skill set that allows him to play all over the field. The Raiders need a player with his versatility, and while he has been mocked higher than the third round, this is a solid spot for him in this draft class, and he is coming off a great showing in the Senior Bowl.
The Raiders have Jordy Nelson coming back, and guys like Seth Roberts and Marcell Ateman got a good amount of run last season. Oakland traded away a solid asset in Amari Cooper to get the No. 27 overall pick in the first round, and while Samuel will not be the only wideout they bring in for next season, he would be a solid one.