27. Oakland Raiders (From: Dallas Cowboys): Mack Wilson, LB Alabama
The Oakland Raiders offense was greatly improved by the end of the season, however, the defense still needs a lot of work. I considered giving Oakland another edge rusher here in Montez Sweat out of Mississippi State because of how poor the pass rush was last season, they could also look to bolster their secondary as well. I gave them Alabama’s Mack Wilson because he is a prototypical three-down linebacker and the type of player that can make the defense around him better by making plays all over the field.
28. Los Angeles Chargers: Nasir Adderley, FS Delaware
The Los Angeles Chargers took a safety in the first round of last years draft in Florida State’s Derwin James, and he made a huge impact on their defense. This year they find his ideal running mate in the back end. While James is everything you want in a strong safety Delaware’s Nasir Adderley, is perfect to play free safety despite some concerns about his size. He is athletic, instinctive and has great ball skills. He also isn’t a liability against the run like you would expect from someone who’s only listed at 6 feet tall and 185 pounds by his school.