- Denzel Mims, Baylor, Round 1
- Tee Higgins, Clemson, Round 1
- Isaiah Hodgins, Oregon State, Round 3
- Michael Pittman, USC, Round 3
- Donovan Peoples-Jones, Michigan, Round 3
Size and the ability to win outside are these players calling cards, and anyone of them would bring a different element to this Raiders offense. Each of these players make acrobatic and contested catches look easy and have the size to physically impose their will on the perimeter.
Denzel Mims from Baylor stands out as a player who has been overlooked during this draft process. But after his combine where he ran 4.38 at 6’3 215lbs, he joins an exclusive list of now 11 players, including Julio Jones, Calvin Johnson, and DK Metcalf, who have recorded a sub 4.4 40 yard dash at that height and weight or larger.
Tee Higgins from Clemson isn’t far behind Mims in terms of size and athleticism combined with circus catch film. In addition, we have seen how much the current regime loves to go after championship players, and by adding a guy like Higgins, they would be teaming him with former Clemson teammate Hunter Renfrow, the Raiders slot man heading into 2020.