"From what I understand is that if McKenzie was waiting on a Calvin Johnson or someone like that in the first round he would take him," Rapoport said on NFL Network. "The belief is that Evans is similar to that category. He's big, he's physical, he can go up and get it. I believe if he was there the Raiders would not think twice about grabbing Mike Evans at No. 5."
At 6-foot-5, 231 pounds, Evans meets the size requirement for the Megatron comparison. Tall receivers can win jump balls and increase the quarterback's margin for error, which will be especially helpful with Matt Schaub at quarterback.
McKenzie could also be targeting a signal-caller in the first round.
No. 5 would seem too early for Carr to go off the board, but if the Raiders trade back from that spot, they might target Carr in the middle portion of the first round.