Back in 2019, the then-Oakland Raiders made Johnathan Abram one of their three first-round picks of that draft year. That haul brought the Raiders Clelin Ferrell at No. 4 overall, and then Josh Jacobs and Abram later in round one, and through the first three years of their career, really only Jacobs has done anything of significance.
For Abram, the tape has been pretty bad since he came into the league, as he is often found in the wrong spot, or seeming lost in coverage. The Raiders have to make a decision on him in terms of an extension soon, and if they decide to go another route, Verone McKinley III from Oregon would be a nice get in the third round.
McKinley is a big kid, and plays big, and is a ball-hawking safety that has six interceptions on the season, which is good for first in the entire country. This is a player who is rocketing up draft boards, and he could certainly be gone by the third round, but if he is available at No. 77 overall, he and Trevon Moehrig would be an excellent tandem in 2022 and beyond.