The Raiders made multiple trades and selected two linemen and a pass rusher Friday, the second day of the 2018 NFL draft.
After picking up offensive tackle Kolton Miller (of Roseville High School) in the first round Thursday, the Raiders drafted P.J. Hall at nose tackle (No. 57 overall) in the second round.
In the third, Oakland took tackle Brandon Parker (No. 65) and edge rusher Arden Key (No. 87).
Oakland first traded down, sending pick No. 41 to the Titans for Nos. 57 and 89 (No. 89 and a sixth-round pick were later swapped for No. 87 in a deal with the Rams). The Raiders got No. 65 from Baltimore for pick Nos. 75, 152 and 212.
Here's the haul for Oakland.
Selected: Second round, No. 57 overall
College: Sam Houston State
Position: Nose tackle
Height/Weight: 6-foot-1, 310 pounds
Comment: NFL.com calls Hall a "squatty body" who can push the pocket and defend well against the run game.
Selected: Third round, No. 65 overall
College: North Carolina A&T
Position: Offensive tackle
Height/Weight: 6-foot-8, 305 pounds
Comment: Parker's strength, length and agility are "NFL-caliber," NFL.com writes. He was a true freshman starter in 2014.
Position: Defensive end/edge rusher
Height/Weight: 6-foot-5, 238 pounds
Comment: NFL.com calls Key a promising defender whose extreme length helped rack up plenty of sacks in college, but notes that he went through a finger injury and offseason shoulder surgery in 2017.
Day 3 picks
Fourth round: 110th
Fifth round: 159th, 173rd
Sixth round: 185th, 216th
Seventh round: 228th