3 prospects Raiders can draft to make Davante Adams' life easier

The Las Vegas Raiders have solid draft capital in 2024, and here are three prospects who can make Davante Adams' life easier.

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2. Jackson Powers-Johnson, IOL, Oregon

This offseason, the Raiders knew they had three possible holes to fill along the offensive line. The team's starting offensive guard, right tackle, and center were entering free agency, and while the Raiders brought back center Andre James, Greg Van Roten and Jermaine Eluemunor left the franchise in free agency.

One player who could fit right in as a starter on Day 1 is Jackson Powers-Johnson from Oregon. Powers-Johnson is considered by many as the best interior offensive lineman in this year's draft class, and like Fuaga, fills an immediate need for the Raiders along the offensive line.

If the Raiders can fill one of their two needs along the offensive line on Day 1 of the 2024 NFL Draft, it will go a long way in opening up the Las Vegas offense in 2024. Whoever is the quarterback is going to need time to find Adams downfield, and when it comes to offensive guard, this would be the crown jewel of this year's draft class.