Now, it’s time go get a little gritty and make a few moves.
No. 12 pick: CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma, WR
I’m not making a trade here and I’m sticking with Lamb on my board. He’s the guy.
Trade No. 19 to Baltimore for No. 28, No. 92 (third), No. 129, No. 143 (fourth).
No. 28 pick: A.J. Terrell, Clemson, CB
This would be a pretty sweet scenario for the Raiders. They would get a lot of trade value plus a first-round talent at a need position.
Acquire No. 57 from Rams for No. 80 and No. 91.
No. 57 pick: Marlon Davidson, Auburn, DL
He is a high-quality player to add to a developing defensive line.
No. 81 pick: Logan Wilson, Wyoming, LB
He was the pick in the non-trade pick. The fit and need still works.
No. 92 pick: Terrell Burgess, Utah, safety
I had him at No. 91 in the first mock. The trade with the Ravens allows the Raiders to take him one spot lower.
Trade No. 121 and No. 143 to Philadelphia for 103
No. 103 pick: Lynn Bowden, Kentucky, WR
The Raiders turn all their wheeling-and-dealing in to a dynamic player Jon Gruden would love to get into his playbook.
No. 129 pick: A.J. Dillon, Boston College, RB
Our trading spree is over and we feel good about it. Plus, the Raiders get their big running back as they did in the other mock.
No. 159 pick: James Morgan, Florida International, QB
I like this fit for the Raiders and I’m sticking with it.