The Las Vegas Raiders could still stand to add to the wide receiver room, and here are some Day 3 targets they could take a serious look at.
There will be some talented wide receivers available as late as the seventh round later this month at the NFL Draft. The Las Vegas Raiders could end up walking away with a talented prospect that head coach Josh McDaniels could mold into a weapon one day.
Acquiring Davante Adams made waves across the NFL as the Raiders landed arguably the best wide receiver in football. Adams’ joining forces with Hunter Renfrow gives McDaniels and quarterback Derek Carr a formidable one-two punch this upcoming season. The team also picked up Demarcus Robinson, a Super Bowl champion with the Kansas City Chiefs, adding a veteran wideout to the mix with a championship pedigree.
The receiver corps will figure to be a notable competition this training camp. Mostly because outside of Adams and Renfrow, the remaining slots at wide receiver should be up for grabs. This brain trust is banking on competition bringing out the best in all of the positions, wide receiver included. Drafting a wide receiver with noteworthy upside will only help in said competition.
Luckily for the Raiders, they might walk away with one as late as the seventh round.