CeeDee Lamb (Draft)
The Raiders use their first pick of the 2020 NFL draft on Oklahoma receiver CeeDee Lamb. Brady will not come to the Raiders unless they add a legit weapon, something the Raiders lacked in 2019 at the top of the wide receiver position group.
As deep as this wide receiver draft class is, I believe Lamb is the best fit for the Raiders, as he could be a game-changer in the Raiders offense immediately. Lamb has everything you could ask for in a receiver; speed, footwork, hands, and the ability to go up and get the ball.
Considering the Raiders already paid Tyrell Williams his guaranteed money, he will likely return to the Raiders in 2020. Although many fans would like the Raiders to go after Robby Anderson in free agency, I believe it is best if the Raiders use their money elsewhere.
Before Williams was injured last season, he was a great weapon for Derek Carr, averaging one touchdown per game and making big plays for the offense. Williams production fell greatly throughout the season, dropping the ball and failing to get open often. With Williams healthy and a WR2, I believe he can be a big piece in the offense next season.
Slot: Hunter Renfrow
Hunter Renfrow was one of the steals of the draft last season, and if he was healthy, likely could have taken over as the WR1 last season. With that being said, Renfrow is best when lined up in the slot, and is the go-to guy on third down.
Renfrow showed the ability to create big plays out of nothing, having a pair of long touchdowns off of short passes. Renfrow is crafty and has the ability to be a great receiver in the league for years to come.