Yodny Cajuste, West Virginia
Yodny Cajuste is a good-looking tackle from West Virginia, who some believe could step right in and start at the NFL level. The Raiders need help at the tackle position, especially on the right side, and in Cajuste, they could bring in a player who could fill in at right tackle immediately.
Andre Dillard, Washington State
Andre Dillard is one of the better tackle prospects in this draft class, and as we inch closer to April, he is starting to get mocked in the first round. That means, Oakland would likely have to use at least pick No. 24 on him, and they may not be willing to draft an offensive tackle in the first round two years in a row.
Dalton Risner, Kansas State
One of the more versatile offensive linemen in this draft class, there is nothing not to like about Dalton Risner from Kansas State. Risner is an explosive player who can play center, guard, or tackle, where he was most recently an All-American for Kansas State. If he is there at the top of the second round, Oakland may have to pounce.
Kaleb McGary, Washington
Kaleb McGary is another prospect who could start right away for the Raiders, as he is projected to be a fringe first rounder after a four-year career as a starter at Washington. A perfect right tackle at the NFL level, McGary was named the Pac-12’s top offensive lineman this past season, and has the size and strength you look for in an NFL tackle.
Connor McGovern, Penn State
Like Risner, Connor McGovern from Penn State is a guy who can play all three positions along the offensive line, and would be a nice addition to this Raiders front in 2019. McGovern starred at Penn State in the interior of their line, and some believe he is the top offensive guard in this draft class. The Raiders have guards, but a guy like McGovern would give them solid depth all all three spots.