Pots is asking for trouble in a raft, but...
If you are as skilled and inclined as you seem to be, just make sure that you give a good long look toward the sieve in the final drop. At the flows you will need to make a raft run feasible, a swimmer would be very hard pressed to get out before getting stuffed in it. The majority of the flow plows into it and a swimmer would most likely not make it out the other side. Perhaps it has changed since the last time I ran it, but it was pretty serious and consequential for a swimmer or a raft even slightly offline. Neither of these runs are going to be great for a raft. It is just the wrong type of craft to enjoy the trip, but to each their own. I would recommend Hells Canyon of the Boulder at solid flows first (2500 cfs and up), before either of these to make sure you got it together on runs that don't (shouldn't?) get rafted. Plenty of challenging moves and sticky holes, all with more survivable swims than the other two. Good warm-up for ya anyway. Best of luck.