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Final mock draft 3.0 (with trades)

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The NFL Draft is just seven days away. The coming week will be full of distracted employees, spouses forgetting their anniversaries and the temporary renewal of hope for fans of perennially disappointing franchises across the country. For Raiders’ fans, the draft has been a joyous occasion the last few years, bringing the team superstars in Derek Carr, Khalil Mack and Amari Cooper, amongst others. Now on the cusp of reaching the next plateau, one more great draft from Reggie McKenzie could realistically send the team to the Super Bowl. However, without a top-20 pick this go around, it will take even more impressive evaluation skills than in years past to secure a dynamic player in the first round.

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