The Oakland Raiders look to have made the most of their mid-late round picks in the 2012 NFL Draft.
After capping off day two of the draft with the first compensation pick (95th overall) in the third round with offensive tackle Tony Bergstrom out of Utah, the Raiders picked up San Diego State linebacker with the 129th overall selection.
Equipped with enough athleticism to provide solid pass protection and decent overall strength, Tony Bergstrom explodes off the line as a run blocker. Expect him to operate at either right tackle or kick inside to guard for the Raiders.
Miles Burris, one of the more gifted linebackers in this 2011 draft class, led his team with 80 total tackles with 9.5 sacks and four forced fumbles in 2010 and was on the first team All-Mountain West Conference last season. He has a non-stop motor and is a talented overall athlete as well. (Check out these highlights on Burris.)
The Silver and Black moved back to get another later pick and picked up Penn State defe...