The Oakland Raiders' draft picks have seen enough time on the field to show what they can do. Most of these rookies aren't expected to start, but with the overhaul the Raiders' roster underwent this offseason, they certainly have the opportunity to earn playing time.
There's been no real-game action yet, so the performances of these players should be taken in proper context. How they truly perform in the NFL won't be known until they see live action in front of a crowd against other players who are also fighting for a job.
However, that doesn't mean what they've done in camp hasn't been valuable.
After more than a week of training camp, each of these players has done enough to give an idea of how much responsibility he'll be able to handle in 2014. Whether it's as a starter, a key reserve or someone who's going to require more time to develop, each rookie's role has become clearer by now.
Along with the drafted rookies, the undrafted rookies have also had an opportunity to make a name for themselves, and one in particular has made a very good impression on the coaching staff.
Here's an assessment of every player's performance so far and how much of an impact they could potentially have for the Raiders this season based on how they've played in camp.