We already know that the Oakland Raiders hold the No. 5 overall pick in May’s NFL draft.
As it stands now, the Raiders will draft fifth (first round), 36th (second round) and 67th (third round). They also hold selections in the fourth round, sixth round and two in the seventh round. The exact location of the picks after the third round will be determined after compensatory picks are awarded.
Compensatory picks are not awarded until after the 96th selection, so the Raiders’ first three picks are essentially set, pending trades, of course. It is not yet known, though, how many, if any, comp picks the Raiders will receive.
The Raiders do not have a fifth-round pick after trading it to the Seattle Seahawks last April 1 for quarterback Matt Flynn, and Oakland has an additional seventh-round pick after trading quarterback Carson Palmer to the Arizona Cardinals a day later.