Round 1 (#3)
Dion Jordan - OLB/DE
Coming down to Dion, Star and Ziggy the Raiders go with Dion Jordan who immediately becomes DC Jason Tarver's favorite toy. A dream player for a multiple defense, Jordan is widely regarded as a player with one of the most, if not most, potential in the draft.
Round 3 (#66)
DJ Swearinger - FS
Tough, versatile safety who's an excellent tackler and consistently takes the right angle. Not as flashy as say, Vaccaro or Reid, but probably more fundamentally sound. Can lineup at either safety position and cover TE's.
Round 4 (#100)
Brian Winters - OT/OG
Winters, from Kent state has potential to start at RT, or at the very least challenge Barnes for the position. A huge player, he fits perfectly with the Raiders brand of power mauling.
Round 6 (#172)
Mike Gillislee - RB
Though smallish in stature, Gillislee is a tough, one cut and go running back who Florida leaned on all season and almost always delivered. He's a solid runner who's very decisive and once he gets past the first level, watch out! Deceptively good pass blocker, can help on 3rd downs.
Round 6 (#176)
Nickell Robey - CB
The little big man. When watching Robey play, the term "go hard" comes to mind. Despite a diminutive size at 5'7, he plays much bigger than he actually is. A solid tackler, he can help contribute on S/T and in dime and nickle packages.
Round 6 (#205)
Mark Harrison - WR
A somewhat forgotten man since playing at Rutgers (not known as a receiver hot spot!) Harrison put together a solid collegiate career and has the size and hands to be a very effective red zone target. Harrison put together a very nice combine and had quite a few scouts checking their notes wondering why they hadn't heard of him before.
Round 7 (#209)
Gilbert Pena - DT/NT
A big boy. A very big boy. Not much of a athlete, but strong, and big. Have i mentioned big? Raiders need as many space eaters as the can get if they're going to be fully multiple.