Raiders 2015 draft class
With the fourth overall pick in the first round, the Raiders selected wide receiver Amari Cooper out of Alabama. Cooper finished his career with the Crimson Tide with 228 receptions for 3,643 receiving yards and 31 touchdowns.
With the 35th overall pick, the Raiders selected defensive lineman Mario Edwards Jr. out of Florida State. The second-round pick collected 89 tackles, 23 tackles for loss, eight sacks and one interception in three seasons as a Seminole.
The Raiders used the 68th overall selection on tight end Clive Walford out of the University of Miami. The third-round pick had 87 receptions for 1,299 yards and 12 touchdowns in three seasons as a Hurricane.
Oakland selected Jon Feliciano out of Miami with their fourth-round pick. The 128th overall selection made the All-ACC honorable mention team in his senior season.
Beginning of round 5
With the 140th overall pick in the fifth round, the Raiders selected linebacker Ben Heeney out of Kansas. The Jayhawk had 335 tackles, 35 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks and four interceptions in his four-year career.
Shoring up the defense in Round 5
With their second pick in the fifth round, Oakland selected linebacker Neiron Ball out of Florida. The 161st overall pick had 94 tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss, three sacks and one interception in his four years as a Gator.
The Raiders selected defensive end Max Valles with the 179th overall pick. The sixth-rounder out of Virginia tallied 78 tackles, 18 tackles for loss, 13 sacks and one interception in his two seasons as a Cavalier.
Addressing the offensive line
The Raiders used their first pick in the seventh round on offensive lineman Anthony Morris out of Tennessee State. The 218th pick was a two-year starter and played in 11 games as a senior.
Late wideout in round 7
Oakland selected wide receiver Andre Debose with the 221st overall pick in the seventh round. The Florida Gator had 23 receptions for 323 yards and a touchdown last season.
The Raiders picked cornerback Dexter McDonald out of Kansas with their final selection in the 2015 NFL Draft. McDonald started every game over the last two seasons and had 58 tackles, 25 pass breakups and four interceptions in three years at Kansas.