Raiders Draft Tracker 2019: Is Nick Bosa Vegas Bound?

Ohio State Standout Gaining Traction in Raider Draft Mocks

Paul Ihander
March 25, 2019 - 11:18 am
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LAS VEGAS (KXNT) - With under one month until the NFL Draft, the free agency market seems to be slowing down -- and the draft boards are becoming clearer and clearer.  

The Raiders still hold three picks in the first round, with plenty of needs to be addressed.  As always, we’ll keep track of all the movement right here for you.

The need to draft a QB seems to be dropping by the day with the Raiders’ first pick at No. 4.  Most mocks are in line with the team drafting an impact defender.  For the first time,'s mock draft puts Ohio State DE Nick Bosa in the silver and black. DE Josh Allen of Kentucky and Alabama run stopper Quinnen Williams remain toward the top.  Junior LB Devin White of LSU has cooled a bit since his initial rise after the combine.

The 24th and 27th selections remain toss-ups.  The handful of updated mocks are flipped, with more leaning toward the Raiders picking for offense at No. 24 and a defensive upgrade at No. 27.  Alabama three-down RB Josh Jacobs is the front-runner now – with reports having the Philadelphia Eagles taking him at No. 25 if he slides by the Raiders. 

Two all-name corners push the conversation at No. 27, with Temple’s Rock Ya-Sin and LSU ball hawk Greedy Williams in the mix.

Check out all the up-to-the-minute Raiders' 1st round draft projections here!