2012 NFL Draft Results: Full List Of Raiders Picks

The Oakland Raiders, along with the rest of the league, have completed their business in the 2012 NFL Draft. The Raiders were woefully depleted in draft picks this year, thanks in part to the trade that brought Carson Palmer to the team from the Cincinnati Bengals, but Oakland was awarded some compensatory draft picks and tried to make the best of a bad situation.

The Raiders managed to pick up a great under-the-radar offensive tackle in the third round and were able to nab a wide receiver with big upside in the fifth round.

No. 95 (Third Round): OL Tony Bergstrom, Utah Utes
No. 129 (Fourth Round): LB Miles Burris, San Diego St. Aztecs
No. 158 (Fifth Round): DE Jack Crawford, Penn St. Nittany Lions
No. 168 (Fifth Round): WR Juron Criner, Arizona Wildcats
No. 189 (Sixth Round): DT Chris Bilukidi, Georgia St. Panthers
No. 230 (Seventh Round): OLB Nathan Stupar, Penn St. Nittany Lions

For everything on the Oakland Raiders, please visit Silver and Black Pride. For more on the 2012 NFL Draft, visit SB Nation Bay Area's StoryStream. For even more comprehensive coverage of the NFL Draft, visit Mocking The Draft or stop by SB Nation's dedicated 2012 NFL Draft hub.

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