Originally written on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 5/11/12

The Oakland Raiders have officially announced the 13 undrafted free agents signed by the team. They will all participate in the rookie mini camp beginning Friday May 11 to Sunday May 13.

Last year alone three members of the NFL All-Pro Team were undrafted. Fullback Vonta Leach, wide receiver Wes Welker, and left tackle Jason Peters all never heard their name called during the draft, but ascended to the pinnacle of honors last season.

Six of the undrafted free agents are on the offensive side of the ball including four wide receivers. Six players inked are on the defensive side of the ball and one punter.

Conroy Black 6-0, 185 CB, Utah
Black possesses tremendous speed running in the 4.3s at his pro day. He recorded five career interceptions in two years at Utah and started every game his senior year.

Kaelin Burnett 6-3.5, 225, DE, Nevada
Burnett played defensive end and outside linebacker at Nevada but is better suited as a linebacker for the Raiders. As a junior he recorded two sacks in the Kraft Hunger Bowl against Boston College and had 4.5 tackles for loss as a senior.

Derek Carrier 6-4, 240, TE/WR, Beloit
Carrier played four years at Beloit in Wisconsin which competes at the Division III level. He broke most major receiving record at Beloit including receptions (189), yards (3,111), and touchdowns (29). He is a bit of a tweener between wide receiver and tight end, but ran a 4.51 40-yard dash at his pro day.

Brandon Carswell 6-1, 200, WR, USC
Carswell caught 40 passes in his four year career with the Trojans and accumulated 386 yards as well as two touchdowns. He ran a 4.47 40-yard dash at his pro day.

Dominique Hamilton 6-5, 310, DT, Missouri
Injured as a junior, Hamilton came back as a senior to record three sacks and two fumble recoveries. Showing his strength at the NFL combine, Hamilton bench pressed 225 pounds 31 times.

Aaron Henry 6-0, 210, FS, Wisconsin
The first team all-Big Ten safety in 2011, Henry started 32 games in his Wisconsin career. Henry recorded seven interceptions as a Badger including four as a senior.

Marquette King 6-1, 190, P, Fort Valley State
King ranked fifth in Division II punting in 2011 with a 43 yards per punt average.

Dan Knapp 6-5, 305 OL, Arizona State
Knapp was a four year player at Arizona State making 28 career starts including every game his senior season. At his pro day, Knapp put on a show bench pressing 225 pounds 41 times.

Mario Kurn 6-2, 235, LB, San Diego
Kurn led all FCS players in 2010 with 17 sacks as a defensive end, but projects as an OLB in the NFL. He added another 12.5 sacks as a senior.

Thomas Mayo 6-2, 205, WR, California (PA)
Playing in all 13 games as a senior for California (Pa), Mayo recorded 79 receptions for 1359 yards and 16 touchdowns which were good enough for Division II All-America honors.

Lucas Nix, 6-5, 315, OG, Pittsburgh
Prior to the draft, Raiders 101 profiled Nix as a possible Oakland draft pick here.

Chaz Powell 6-1, 205, CB, Penn State
Powell started at Penn State as a wide receiver where he caught 28 balls for 366 yards and three touchdowns as a sophomore. He made the permanent move to cornerback for the Nittney Lions as a senior making 2.5 tackles for loss and two interceptions.

Rod Streater 6-3, 195, WR, Temple
Streater made 16 starts for the Owls totaling 49 receptions for 882 yards and seven touchdowns in his two year career.

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