2020 Las Vegas Raiders 53-man roster projection after training camp
Defensive Tackles (4): Maliek Collins, Johnathan Hankins, Daniel Ross, Maurice Hurst
Maliek Collins and Johnathan Hankins lead the line here for the Raiders, and they provide a fantastic one-two punch of run stuffing mass and pass rushing athleticism. Collins has been another star of training camp and the Raiders will be hoping that he can maintain his stellar pass rush numbers from his days with Dallas Cowboys.
Maurice Hurst was a solid starter for the Raiders in 2019, and though he likely loses that place to Collins this year, he can still contribute with his own pass rush ability when called upon. Daniel Ross is the unknown of the group, as he has only played in 16 games over his two-year career, but if Rod Marinelli likes him then so should Gruden and Mayock.
Ross has the most tenuous spot on the roster as the team may place him on the practice squad to save room on the active roster for a bigger position of need like defensive back or wide receiver. Clelin Ferrell and Carl Nassib both have the size to play inside if necessary, and they could do so regularly in obvious passing situations.