The Las Vegas Raiders didn’t have a first or second-round pick in the 2022 draft. Their first pick was offensive lineman Dylan Parham, and he has been great so far.

The pieces they added were more for depth, as their starting positions are loaded.

They have Derek Carr, who is one of the better quarterbacks in the league. They have Josh Jacobs, a top 10 running back in the league in my opinion.

They have a top-three tight end in the league in Darren Waller. They have the best receiver in the league in Davante Adams, and a top-three pure slot receiver in Hunter Renfrow.

It’s fair to say this offense is stacked.

Their second pick was former Georgia running back Zamir White, who hasn’t had as many opportunities as Parham to show what he can do. When he did show what he can do in the preseason, there were jaw-dropping moments.

Now, there is a huge chance that White will get an opportunity.

Raiders’ White to get some run vs. Titans

There is a report that Josh Jacobs, the Raiders starting running back, isn’t traveling with the team due to an illness and is questionable for their game against the Tennessee Titans.

Second-string running back Brandon Bolden has also been dealing with a hamstring injury, and while he has been cleared, that could easily be reaggravated, as we know how often that happens.

If Jacobs doesn’t play Sunday, we could easily see White get some work. If Boldon is limited, then we could see the emergence of a dominant running back in White.

White is a power runner that is also agile for his size. At 6’0″, 215 pounds, White can do it all. We saw him as one of the more versatile backs in college football last year, not to mention a winner, too.

Hopefully White gets his chance, and hopefully, we see some great things happen. If we don’t see it Sunday, then don’t worry, we will eventually.

Featured Image Via Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports