The Las Vegas Raiders traded away sixty percent of their starting offensive line from Week 1 of the 2020 NFL season, so there is still work left to do. They did bring back Richie Incognito and Denzelle Good, and signed Kolton Miller to an extension, while also giving Andre James a solid contract and bringing in Nick Martin.
Overall, the Raiders need to add another interior lineman, and a right tackle, and after adding Jalen Mayfield early on, they bring in an incredibly versatile interior lineman in Tommy Kraemer. While Aaron Banks gets a lot of the buzz after being an All-American at guard for the Irish last season, Kraemer is one of the more NFL-ready offensive guards in this draft class and would be a steal in the fifth round.
Kraemer was a third-team All-American last season for Notre Dame and is considered one of the more versatile offensive linemen to be had after the first round. He could very well be gone by the fifth round, but if he is still there, he has the skill set to legitimately push for a starting job as a rookie.