The Raiders will have some decisions to make next week during the NFL draft.
With four picks in the top 35, the Silver and Black have the ability to restock their franchise with top-tier talent should they make the right decisions. Most experts expect the Raiders to draft a defensive cornerstone like Quinnen Williams with the No. 4 overall pick, but after that things could get interesting.
If the Raiders stand pat, they could add a cornerback at No. 24, perhaps running back Josh Jacobs at No. 27 and a wide receiver or a tight end at No. 35. But with sufficient ammunition to move around in the draft, don't count out the idea of Raiders general manager Mike Mayock and head coach Jon Gruden electing to try and select a quarterback early on.
And we aren't talking about Kyler Murray, although he reportedly also could be an option.
Before Murray spurned baseball for football, Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins was seen as the top quarterback in the class, and the Raiders reportedly have been "super impressed" with the Heisman finalist, according to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora.
In his latest insider notes column, La Canfora reported he has heard the Raiders like Haskins a lot and he could see them passing on him at No. 4, but packaging the Nos. 24 and 27 picks to move back into the top 15 to take the former Buckeye.
Derek Carr currently is expected to be the Raiders' quarterback when the season begins, but Mayock has left the door open for the Silver and Black to make a change if he sees fit.
Whether or not the Raiders elect to move up in the draft likely will be tied to how the draft shakes out after they pick at No. 4.
If a few players they like appear to be slipping into the 20s, don't be surprised if the Raiders hang on to their picks and try to restock a defense that needs help at all three levels.
Quarterback can always wait, right?