Here is my take on the draft, which will never happen, because I'm not that lucky but nevertheless, here it goes!
Round 1, pick 8: Bruce Campbell, OT - Maryland
With this high pick I was in doubt. The choice was between Anthony Davis or Campbell. Ultimately I picked Campbell because of his talent and potential/upside. He has the prototypical build of an NFL Left Tackle, standing 6'6, weighing in at 314 lbs. He is a guy that could be one of the best tackles in the league in a few years, so with him drafted we could move Henderson to RT and plug this guy in from day one.
Round 2, pick 7: Cam Thomas, DT - North Carolina
This mammoth could get on the inside of our line and rule it for years to come. He's a great prospect who performed great at the Senior Bowl.
Round 3, pick 5: Brandon Spikes/Micah Johnson, ILB - Florida/Kentucky
If Brandon Spikes is there, the pick should be him. If not then Micah Johnson is someone I see being a force in the middle of any defense in the future, and as draft day approaches, I think his name will shoot up some boards.
Round 3, pick 21: Javier Arenas, CB - Alabama
This guy is a crazy return man, on kicks and punts. Something that the Raiders lost when Johnnie Lee Higgins lost the "it"-factor. This guy could revive the returngame, and he is a interesting prospect at corner and could probably beat Al Davis' guy on a normal roster as the Nickel corner.
Round 4, pick 8: Greg Hardy, DE - Ole' Miss.
This guy is very talented. But alot of injuries in college set him back and showing up overweight at the East-West Shrine game should let him fall into our laps. When healthy, this guy could be a very good pass rushing end.
Round 5, pick 7: Brandon Carter, G - Texas Tech
How could we possibly not draft this guy? He IS a Raider.. Red Raider in college, Silver & Black Raider in the pros. He fills a major need at RG where he could be plugged in from day one and hold that spot for a decade.
Round 5, pick 27: Eric Olsen, C - Notre Dame
If the Raiders have a little bit o' luck in the draft, Eric Olsen will slip right into their hands. He played in a Pro style offense at ND and should have no problem starting or standing behind Satele next year, if he doesn't beat him in camp.
Round 7, pick 8: John Connor, FB - Kentucky
Standing 5'11 and weighing 246 lbs., this guy is a crushing run blocker. He fills a need at fullback, seeing as Oren O'Neil might not return to form after the devastating injuries and Luke Lawton is out for four games next year due to suspensions.
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Have a great day guys and girls. (I Bleed Silver & Black before I bleed Red and White).