For all of the fire and brimstone Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie has had to walk through leading up to the draft, he found a way to land one heck of a draft class.
A potential franchise-changing quarterback in Derek Carr, a brawny guard named Gabe Jackson and, of course, Khalil Mack, the defensive barbarian from the University of Buffalo, take top billing as the team's next generation of stars.
As always, time will ultimately tell the whole story on how good this draft actually was. Still, it's worth noting that this draft was the first one in a while that just felt right.
Take this draft class, mix in a healthy crop of free agents, shake it all up and what you get is a Raiders team who on paper looks like it is ready to compete in the brutal AFC West.
Examining this entire team from top to bottom, here's an early look at what the final 53-man roster could look like heading into the regular season.