#111: Jonah Jackson – O.G., Ohio State
The Raiders could look to provide more depth on the offensive line, and a guy like Jonah Jackson would fit at either guard spot. After transfer from Rutgers to Ohio State, Jackson has a great senior year, which saw J.K Dobbins run wild, and Justin Fields be one of the most efficient quarterbacks in the country.
He is a big guy (6’4, 310lbs) with pretty decent movement skills, so with time, who knows if he can develop into a possible replacement if the Raiders move on from Gabe Jackson or when Ritchie Incognito eventually retires. Though even if that ends up not being the case, he is another big body Tom Cable can work with.
#141: Justin Strnad – LB, Wake Forest
The Raiders were decimated at linebacker by injury and the suspension of Vontez Burfict, but truthfully they were going to be bad even if they were all healthy. With that being said, Las Vegas needs a revamp of the linebacker room in terms of day one starters and depth. We already have the Raiders taking Patrick Queen in the first, and Justin Strnad could provide the depth. Strnad has some real potential in coverage with great range and explosiveness, but his instincts still need work.
He is coming off a torn bicep, but it would still be a bit shocking to see him available this far down in the draft given his skill set. But in this simulation, the Raiders get lucky.