2019 Oakland Raiders Draft Picks
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4th overall – 1st round – Clelin Ferrell
DE | Clemson | Junior | 6-4⅜ | 264 lbs

“Ferrell, who in addition to being a national champion, won the Ted Hendricks Award, awarded to the nation’s top defensive end, and tallied 27 sacks during his career at Clemson. The big man brings not only a wealth of on-field production to the Raiders, but leadership as well.” – Eddie Paskal of Raiders.com

24th overall – 1st round – Josh Jacobs
RB | Alabama | Junior | 5-10 | 220 lbs

“A back who really is the complete package, Jacobs totaled 1,315 total yards last year at Alabama, and with no perceived weaknesses in his game, he’s the type of guy you can expect to start contributing the moment he straps on the pads for Head Coach Jon Gruden.” – Eddie Paskal of Raiders.com

27th overall – 1st round – Johnathan Abram
S | Mississippi State | Senior | 5-11⅜ | 205 lbs

“In addition to setting the tone on the backend of a defense – and making receivers think twice about coming across the middle – Abram had 10 pass breakups during his time as a Bulldog.” – Eddie Paskal of Raiders.com

40th overall – 2nd round – Trayvon Mullen
CB | Clemson | Junior | 6-1½ | 199 lbs

“Mullen – who now reunites with college teammate Clelin Ferrell – was a beast at Clemson, finishing his career as a Tiger with four interceptions, 12 pass breakups, 94 tackles, and 4.5 tackles for loss.” – Eddie Paskal of Raiders.com

106th overall – 4th round – Maxx Crosby
DE | Eastern Michigan | Junior | 6-4⅞ | 255 lbs

“Crosby filled up the record book during his time as an Eagle, and finished his career with 20 sacks and 41 tackles for loss. He’ll be another fun toy for defensive coordinator Paul Guenther to employ to get after the quarterback.” – Eddie Paskal of Raiders.com

129th overall – 4th round – Isaiah Johnson
CB | Houston | Senior | 6-2⅛ | 208 lbs

“In addition to being an athletic cornerback who can provide quality coverage, Johnson said he’s a willing participant on special teams, which is music to my ears as our resident Special Teams Advocate.” – Eddie Paskal of Raiders.com

137th overall – 4th round – Foster Moreau
TE | LSU | Senior | 6-4⅛ | 253 lbs

“A high-character guy who started 26 games in his career at LSU, Moreau will be an interesting rookie to follow throughout the Offseason Workout Program. His 52 receptions mark a program-high for the Tigers, and with no shortage of athleticism at his disposal.” – Eddie Paskal of Raiders.com

149th overall – 5th round – Hunter Renfrow
WR, Clemson | Senior | 5-10¼ | 184 lbs

“As far as Mr. Renfrow is concerned, he’s a shifty pass catcher, who just time and time again finds a way to get open.” – Eddie Paskal of Raiders.com

230th overall – 7th round – Quinton Bell
DE | Prairie View A&M | Senior | 6-4 | 219 lbs

“Bell is an athletic marvel, who has a track background, and while he still no doubt has a lot to learn about the nuances of rushing the passer, the athletic defensive end is at tremendous pick in the seventh round.” – Eddie Paskal of Raiders.com