Originally written on cover32 - Raiders  |  Last updated 5/10/14
In the third round of the NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders took offensive guard Gabe Jackson. Here is how some of twitter reacted to the pick: Another great value pick for the #Raiders with OG Gabe Jackson of Miss State. 2nd round value at #81. #NFLDraft — Norm Wamer (@normwamer) May 10, 2014 I’m loving my Raiders draft so far!!!Feels strange to hear analyst bragging on them. #Raiders #RaiderNation — Brad VanDyke (@backdoc75) May 10, 2014 #Raiders Exceptional Draft. Got preimium D player, QB of the Future & a Starting LG that’s perfect PERFECT scheme fit. — NFL_DRAFT_Bites (@NFLDraftBites) May 10, 2014 Here are some reactions from Raiders players: Welcome to RaiderNation Gabe Jackson!!!! — Rod Streater (@rodstreater80) May 10, 2014 I like our picks!!!! — Chimdi Chekwa (@ChimChek) May 10, 2014   And of course, the media: #Raiders have had some very good prospects fall to them: Khalil Mack, Derek Carr, and OL Gabe Jackson. Seem to be building well. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 10, 2014 Jackson is 6-3, 339 pounds, Mississippi State, long arms, can anchor against power players — Vic Tafur (@VicTafur) May 10, 2014 You may also be interested in:Raiders Reaction: How Twitter responded to third round pick Gabe JacksonRaiders Reaction: How Twitter responded to the Derek Carr pickFive things you should know about Raiders third round pick guard Gabe Jackson
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