Tyler Johnson may not fall to the third round, but with how deep this receiver class is, it is extremely possible. Johnson had an incredible career at Minnesota, catching 13 touchdowns his senior season, and 12 in his junior season, showing an ability to not only get open in the red zone, but actually come down with the ball.
Johnson has a vast route tree with the ability to get open on deep routes. The only question about him is he drops the ball every once in a while, but that is something that hopefully can be fixed once he gets to the next level. With Johnson and Ruggs being added to the wide receiver group, the Raiders can spend more money on the defense in free agency.
Another thing to like about Johnson is his size, and that will make him a sure target for the Raiders quarterback inside the red zone. He is a physical specimen, and after going through a season with so many question marks at wide receiver, the Raiders front office bolster the unit big time here in the draft.