Headed into Day Two of the 2019 NFL Draft, there are a handful of playmakers still on the board

The Oakland Raiders drafted a trio of playmakers Thursday night during the 2019 NFL Draft, selecting Clemson defensive end Clelin Ferrell No. 4 overall, Alabama running back Josh Jacobs No. 24 overall, and Mississippi State safety Johnathan Abram No. 27 overall.

Each is an experienced player with a large body of work at the collegiate level. Jacobs and Ferrell have performed exceptionally on some of the biggest stages, while Abram clashed with some of the best players in the SEC.

Following the trio of picks in the first round, the Raiders have five more picks in the draft as of now, which is subject to change. There's still plenty of talent left on the board and the fun has only just begun; check out the top players available ahead of Day Two of the draft.

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Player School Position
Jawaan Taylor Florida OT
Drew Lock Missouri QB
Cody Ford Oklahoma OT
Byron Murphy Washington CB
Greedy Williams LSU CB
Ryan Finley NC State QB
Rock Ya-Sin Temple CB
Irv Smith Jr. Alabama TE
Erik McCoy Texas A&M C
Nasir Adderley Delaware S
Deebo Samuel South Carolina WR
DK Metcalf Ole Miss WR
Chase Winovich Michigan DE
A.J. Brown Ole Miss WR
Dalton Risner Kansas State OT
Lonnie Johnson Jr. Kentucky CB
Parris Campbell Ohio State WR
JJ Arcega-Whiteside Stanford WR
Miles Saunders Penn State RB

The Silver and Black will pick No. 35 overall, just the third pick of the second round. Raiders General Manager Mike Mayock and Head Coach Jon Gruden will have a bevy of talented players to choose from later Friday afternoon. If you're searching for ways to watch Day Two of the draft, click here.

Remember to stay tuned to Raiders.com for more news and updates regarding the draft.

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