Earlier we ranked the eight positions which the Raiders are most likely to look to add talent with their eight draft picks in this year's draft. Those results came from the recent 'What condition the position is in' series which also asked the fan's opinion on the status of each position.
Along with those positions which could either use an influx of talent, there are those positions which do not. Positions at which the Raiders are currently set for the upcoming season. Some positions may be considered on an elite level while others are simply strong enough for the team to look to other positions with their picks.
What condition the position is in: Quarterback
We check on the Raiders quarterback position pre-draft to give it a condition of either Strong, Stable, Touch and go, Serious, or Critical.
Starter: Derek Carr
Depth: Matt McGloin, Garret Gilbert
Fan vote: 83% Strong
Summary: Carr has the starting job on lock and McGloin is a dependable backup.
Starter: Marquette King
Fan Vote: None
Summary: King has improved every season in the NFL to become one of the top punters in the league last year. The Raiders extended him long term this offseason. They will likely add a camp leg at some point after the draft, but that's about it. There was no full breakdown and therefore no fan vote. But do we really need one?
What condition the position is in: Tight end
We check on the tight end position for the Raiders pre-draft to give it a condition of either Strong, Stable, Touch and go, Serious, or Critical.
3. Tight end
Starters: Clive Walford, Lee Smith
Depth: Mychal Rivera, Gabe Holmes
Fan vote: 68% Strong
Summary: Walford has a high ceiling, Smith is a grinder as a blocker, Rivera is an ideal secondary target, and Holmes has potential the Raiders like.
4. Offensive guard
Starters: Kelechi Osemele, Gabe Jackson
Depth: Jon Feliciano, Mitch Bell, Matt McCants
Fan vote: 89% Strong
Summary: Osemele and Jackson make up one of the best blocking duos in the league. They maybe add depth late, but could easily roll with what they currently have.
5. Outside Linebacker
Starters: Khalil Mack, Bruce Irvin
Depth: Aldon Smith, Neiron Ball, Daren Bates, Jimmy Hall, Colton Underwood
Fan vote: 90% Strong
Summary: Mack is as elite as they come. Irvin was a great addition. Smith will make for an exciting pass rush upon his return in November. Ball is great depth. That being said, the Raiders love their outside linebackers, so they may grab one at some point anyway.
Starter: Rodney Hudson
Depth: Jon Feliciano
Fan vote: 50% Stable, 39% Strong
Summary: Hudson is a top NFL center. Feliciano can be a capable backup swing guard/center.