Las Vegas Raiders: Complete list of Day 3 picks in the 2020 NFL Draft
By Brad Weiss
As we enter the final day of the 2020 NFL Draft, here is a list of the draft picks the Las Vegas Raiders have remaining on Saturday.
The Las Vegas Raiders went into Day 2 of the 2020 NFL Draft holding three picks, and while they changed their spot for one of them, they came out of the day with three new Raiders. Las Vegas added two wide receivers with picks No. 80 and 81, before making a move to add a pick on Day 3.
Prior to making their pick at No. 91, the Raiders traded with the New England Patriots, sending No. 91 and No. 159 to the Pats for pick No. 100, No. 139, and No. 172.
Las Vegas kicked off their second round at pick No. 80, where they drafted the very versatile Lynn Bowden Jr. out of Kentucky. This kid did a bit of it all during his time with the Wildcats, playing quarterback, wide receiver, and running back. Heck, he can even return.
Sitting next at No. 81, they once again added a wide receiver, selecting Bryan Edwards from South Carolina. This kid would have went way higher in the draft had he been able to take part in the offseason work, but an injury forced him to miss the selection process.
At No. 100, Mayock dipped back into the Clemson pool, selecting safety/linebacker Tanner Muse. Muse is a solid athlete, and will fill a void on defense, and on special teams.
With that said, the draft will culminate with the final four rounds on Saturday.
Here is the complete list of Raiders Day 3 picks
- Round 4, Pick No. 121
- Round 4, Pick No. 139
- Round 5, Pick No. 172
Derek Carr got two weapons on Friday night, and it is clear that the franchise is building around him this offseason. He has everything he needs to make a statement in 2020, as the team moves into Sin City with their eyes on the playoffs.
The Raiders could also stay put and wait for the draft board to fall to them, using three picks bunched together in the middle of the third round. Day three of the NFL Draft picks back up on Saturday at 12 p.m ET, 9 a.m. PT on ESPN, NFL Network and ABC. You can also stream the draft through many services, including Fubo TV.