Round 1, DB D.J. Hayden: C (75/100)
Round 2, OL Menelik Watson: C (75/100)
Round 3, LB Sio Moore: A- (90/100)
Round 4, QB Tyler Wilson: F (50/100)
Round 6, TE Nick Kasa: C- (70/100)
Round 6, RB Latavius Murray: Incomplete
Round 6, TE Mychal Rivera: B+ (89/100)
Round 6, DT Stacy McGee: C+ (79/100)
Round 7, WR, Brice Butler: C (70/100)
Round 7, DE David Bass: F (50/100)
Overall: C (71.6/100)
You could make the argument that the majority of players selected during the 2013 draft should receive an incomplete grade.
Just one season removed from their rookie campaigns, giving this class another season to adjust to the pro game seems like the most appropriate course of action.
However, based on what we saw last season, we're still able to grade the bulk of these players.
The biggest disappointment of the entire class was without question Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson.
Coming out of the draft, Wilson was once compared to Brett Favre by the folks over at NFL.com.
Looking back at this past season, McKenzie must have felt that drafting Wilson was a mistake as he cut ties with the former Razorback signal-caller twice during the 2013 season.
After being signed off the Raiders' practice squad by the Tennessee Titans, Wilson's brief career in the Bay Area came to an abrupt and confusing end.
Despite the whole Wilson debacle, the Raiders actually landed a few quality pieces from the 2013 draft.
Sio Moore played incredibly well, lining up as the team's strong-side linebacker. Registering a positive 8.6 grade, PFF (subscription required) ranked Moore as the NFL's eighth-best 4-3 outside linebacker.
Aside from Moore's outstanding performance, tight end Mychal Rivera made waves his rookie year.
Being a sixth-round pick, the odds were stacked against Rivera.
But after racking up 38 receptions for 407 yards receiving and four touchdowns, the former Tennessee product showed that he has great hands and the ability to separate from opposing defenders.
Raiders head coach Dennis Allen seems to be high on Rivera.
It was ESPN.com's Paul Gutierrez who reported that the head coach considers Rivera to be one of the "Raiders’ potential foundation pieces."
The jury is still out on first-round pick D.J. Hayden. But with another year to improve his technique, the former University of Houston cornerback has the skills needed to evolve into one heck of a football player in 2014.
All NFL draft information and stats courtesy of Pro Football Reference, unless noted otherwise.