Oakland’s fifth-round pick is Walter McFadden, a defensive back from Auburn.
McFadden intercepted five passes for Auburn, including a 100-yard interception return for a touchdown in the Outback Boiwl.
Projected as a nickel or dime back, McFadden started 12 games and had five interceptions and 10 pass breakups. He was not invited to the combine. Accoding to the Birmingham News, McFadden is the brother of Arizona defensive back Bryant McFadden.
The Raiders aren’t scheduled to pick until the sixth round, No. 190 overall, after having traded No. 153 to Jacksonville along with linebacker Kirk Morrison to get to No. 108 and select Clemson wide receiver Jacoby Ford.