Mel Kiper, Jr.'s, Top 10 Prospects Entering Day Two

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The second day of the 2017 NFL Draft is here and will feature the second and third rounds. The Oakland Raiders enter today with two picks, the first coming in the second round with the 56th overall pick and then in the third round with the 88th overall pick.

Check out the Oakland Raiders first round pick CB Gareon Conley.

Thursday, the Silver and Black selected physical cornerback Gareon Conley out of Ohio State University with the 24th overall pick. After a productive first day of the Draft, here's a look at ESPN Draft Insider Mel Kiper, Jr.'s, top remaining prospects:

1. Forrest Lamp – G, Western Kentucky

2. Zay Jones – WR, East Carolina

3. Kevin King – CB, Washington

King was a player many assumed the Raiders would select, especially because he's an Oakland-native, but ended up falling out of the first round. He's a rangy corner with size to be physical at the cornerback position.

4. Cam Robinson – OT, Alabama

It's never a bad idea to select an offensive lineman in the draft, Robinson has been a primary target on a lot of draft boards considering his versatility and power. During his three years with the Alabama Crimson Tide, Robinson helped the team achieve a national championship in 2015.

5. DeMarcus Walker – DE, Florida State

Take a look at the best available prospects still on the board, according to ESPN's Mel Kuiper Jr.

6. Budda Baker – S, Washington

7. Dalvin Cook – RB, Florida State

8. Chris Wormley – DT, Michigan

9. Malik McDowell – DT, Michigan State

Yet another player that was associated with the Raiders, at 6'6", 295 pounds, McDowell is a large body in the heart of the defensive line. His draft profile highlights his ability to slip into gaps, overwhelming strength, and create problems for opposing offensive linemen.

10. Josh Jones – S, NC State

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