General Manager Reggie McKenzie started off NFL Draft Day Three with a bang Saturday.
Just minutes after the Draft officially kicked off, McKenzie traded the Raiders' fourth-round (No. 114 overall) and fifth-round (No. 154) picks to the Cleveland Browns in exchange for the No. 100 overall pick.
With that pick, Raiders selected Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook.
Cook enjoyed a decorated career in East Lansing, finishing his career as the school's winningest quarterback, earning 2015 First-Team All-Big Ten honors as well as being named the 2015 Big Ten Quarterback of the Year.
After the trade – and subsequent selection of Cook – the Silver and Black now have three remaining picks in the 2016 NFL Draft:
5th Round (No. 143 overall)
6th Round (No. 194 overall)
7th Round (No. 234 overall)
Here are the players selected by the Raiders thus far:
1st Round (No. 14 overall) - West Virginia safety Karl Joseph
2nd Round (No. 44 overall) - Illinois defensive end Jihad Ward
3rd Round (No. 75 overall) - Michigan State defensive end Shilique Calhoun
4th Round (No. 100 overall) - Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook