Leonard Williams to Oakland Raiders in 2015 NFL Draft

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Nov 13, 2014; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Southern California Trojans defensive end Leonard Williams (94) pressures California Golden Bears quarterback Jared Goff (16) at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Leonard Williams is drawing comparisons to Richard Seymour these days as he is college football’s most dominant player. So that makes him the most logical pick the Oakland Raiders can make as they will pick first overall in the NFL Draft. There has been some talk about the Raiders trading their No. 1 overall pick for more picks but that is the dumbest thing they could do.

Believe it or not, the Raiders have enough pretty good players as that’s what they would get if they trade down for more picks. What they need is a superstar to change the game and make up for anything they may lack over the course of a game. That’s what superstars do and in today’s game of passing all day, defensive line is a good place to start when turning a team around.

From “Mean” Joe Green to Warren Sapp, dominant defensive lineman have turned horrible teams into Super Bowl champions. The Detriot Lions look like an elite team this year after being horrible before Ndamukong Suh was drafted there. Williams is the next dominant defensive lineman so selecting Williams would turn the Raiders around almost immediately.

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