The Raiders wrapped up this year's draft by picking up three more defenders, a punter and a wide receiver in Saturday's late rounds.
After a Friday filled with trades, Oakland traded up one more time for selection No. 140, giving the Indianapolis Colts pick Nos. 159 and 185. The Raiders drafted defensive tackle Maurice Hurst with that pick.
They also nabbed cornerback Nick Nelson in the fourth round, punter Johnny Townsend in the fifth, inside linebacker Azeem Victor in the sixth and wide receiver Marcell Ateman in the final round.
Here's more on the Raiders' five picks from rounds 4-7.
Selected: Fourth round, No. 110 overall
Height/Weight: 5-foot-11, 200 pounds
Comment: NFL.com notes that Nelson is well-built, but he's also short and managed not to intercept any passes in his college career. Still, he "looks the part of an average NFL starter."
Selected: Fifth round, No. 140 overall
Position: Defensive tackle
Height/Weight: 6-foot-1, 292 pounds
Comment: Health concerns led Hurst to drop from a projected second-round pick all the way to the fifth round. According to NFL.com, Hurst is a disruptive defender with quick hands. But he needed medical clearance after heart irregularities were found at the combine.
Selected: Fifth round, No. 173 overall
Height/Weight: 6-foot-1, 210 pounds
Comment: Townsend has a booming, strong leg, but the long hang time on his kicks results in too much return yardage, NFL.com writes. CBS Sports' draft tracker gave the selection of Townsend a D+, the Raiders' worst score in the draft.
Selected: Sixth round, No. 216 overall
Position: Inside linebacker
Height/Weight: 6-foot-2, 240 pounds
Comment: A broken leg in 2016 and a DUI last November dropped Victor's draft stock considerably, writes NFL.com, but when healthy, Victor is a quick-footed linebacker and a physical hitter with good instincts.
Selected: Seventh round, No. 228 overall
College: Oklahoma State
Position: Wide receiver
Height/Weight: 6-foot-5, 216 pounds
Comment: NFL.com writes that Marcell Ateman has good size and toe control on sideline catches. But he still needs work in running routes and keeping space from defenders. CBS Sports gave this selection an A.