Raiders draft 2024: 7-round mock draft without trades

Hey, it’s draft week. To celebrate, we’re offering a full seven-round Las Vegas Raiders mock draft. This has no transactions. I’ll be offering two more full Raiders mocks this week, one with trades and the other with a huge trade-up. Full disclosure: Some players may appear on multiple mocks as we try to work our way to draft day Thursday:

Let’s get it done:

First round

No. 13: Alabama cornerback Terrion Arnold:

Was tempted to go for a tackle, but Arnold just seems like the type of guy new general manager Tom Telesco and coach Antonio Pierce want to build around. He would be an immediate starter opposite Jack Jones and form a very solid starting cornerback group with Jones and Nick Nate Hobbs. The Raiders would be strong at cornerback and bolster an already solid defense.

Second round


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No. 44: BYU tackles Kingsley Suamataia:

The Raiders would fill another need here with a prospect who has tremendous upside. He can develop into a nice player and he could be called up sooner.

Third round

No. 77: South Carolina quarterback Spencer Rattler:

The Raiders are waiting to add a quarterback here and Rattler could be a very nice lottery ticket and a good value. In this scenario, it would be the start of the Aidan O’Connell-Gardner Minshew quarterback competition for 2024, with Rattler getting a chance to be developed as a starting option for 2025.

Fourth round

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No. 112: LSU defensive tackle Mekhi Wingo:

He would be solid value here and help in a position of need. He would find himself in a great situation on a veteran line and have a chance to contribute right away for Las Vegas.

Fifth round:

No. 148: Michigan guard Trevor Keegan:

The Raiders studied the Wolverines’ offensive lineman and Keegan has a chance to develop into a starter. He offers solid value and will have the opportunity to develop quickly.

Sixth round

No. 208: Travis Glover, tackle, Georgia State:

The Raiders have reportedly visited Glover, who has a steal opportunity. He can never have enough offensive linemen.

Seventh round:

No. 223: Edefaun Ulofoshio, linebacker, Washington:

The Raiders have been studying Ulofoshio and he would be a nice seventh-round pick at a position where they could use some youth and depth.

No. 229: Trey Taylor, safety, Air Force:

The Raiders have shown interest in the Jim Thorpe Award winner and he could be a nice cap to this draft.


This draft would give the Raiders some value and address some needs.

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