Pick 14- Laviska Shenault Jr- WR- Colorado
If the Raiders decide to use their first pick on a wide receiver, Laviska Shenault Jr. from Colorado is a great choice. He brings the type of explosiveness that the Raiders currently do not have on their roster, as he can break open a play at any moment.
Throughout the season, the Raiders have had a mixed bag at wideout, but Shenault is a guy who could bring some stability. In addition, if the Raiders add a wide receiver in the first round in 2020, they can move Tyrell Williams to WR2, where he belongs.
Pick 18- Yetur Gross-Matos- EDGE- Penn State
The Raiders have developed a solid group of young pass rushers, but they still struggle to get to the quarterback, even against some of the worst lines in football. Yetur Gross-Matos would be a great addition to Maxx Crosby and Clelin Ferrell, as these three could become one of the best group of pass rushers in the NFL in the future.
Crosby has had a breakout year, and Ferrell is still a work in progress, but should be a great player. Gross-Matos may be the No. 1 overall pass rusher in this draft class, and getting him at No. 18 overall would be an absolute steal.