Raiders pull off Justin Fields trade in this 2024 NFL mock draft

Vegas finds a solution at quarterback, moving into a new era.
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6. 523. . . player. RB. Jase McClellan. . Jase McClellan. Jase McClellan

Finding his way to join his former Alabama teammate in Terrion Arnold is running back Jase McClellan, who will help shore up a back field in case Josh Jacobs indeed does not return. McClellan is the perfect example of a running back who could be found late and become an integral part of an NFL offense.

He brings a thick, strong frame and churns those legs until the whistle. He's also a capable pass catcher, so McClellan is not limited to just early down work. If it ends up being McClellan alongside Zamir White, I think the Raiders are in good hands. Between the two of them, Las Vegas can establish a physical approach that can last throughout games, but also give them some added dimension in the passing game.

Dallas Gant. . . Dallas Gant. 2156. . 7. player. LB. Dallas Gant

With their last pick in the draft, the Raiders go back to the linebacker position; tough for Pierce to refuse.

Built more like a big safety at 6-foot-2, 220 pounds, Gant definitely plays bigger than he looks. He is a force against the run and makes his presence felt at the line of scrimmage. But, he's also phenomenal in coverage, thanks to his athleticism and build. Because he's not a large specimen, Gant has some flexibility being able to line up all over if he's needed.

Coming from a smaller program like Toledo, Gant's production and tape is obviously going to pop. But, can he do it at the NFL level? With a coach like Pierce, I think he's in great hands.