All draft picks expected at Raiders rookie camp
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The Raiders begin a three-day rookie mini-camp Friday at their Alameda complex and all 10 of their draft picks are expected to be in attendance and participate, including top pick D.J. Hayden.

The cornerback from Houston, who was taken by the Raiders with the No. 12 overall selection after suffering a near-fatal on-field accident in November, has been medically cleared to participate as well after running his 40-yard dash and participating in his pro day activities.

The only players eligible to participate in the camp are "first-year" players or rookies, meaning players who have been on an active 53-man roster or a reserve list for at least six games are ineligible for the camp. A year ago, quarterback Terrelle Pryor could not take part despite being active for only one game as a rookie. This year, punter Marquette King cannot participate because, technically, he is a second-year player having been on Injured Reserve all season in 2012.

Following, then, are the Raiders 10 draft picks and 14 undrafted rookie signings:

Raiders 2013 draft picks

1. First round, No. 12 (No. 12 overall, traded down from No. 3): Cornerback D.J. Hayden, Houston
2. Second round, No. 10 (No. 42 overall, acquired from Miami in swap of first-round picks): Right tackle Menelik Watson, Florida State
3. Third round, No. 4 (No. 66 overall): Linebacker Sio Moore, UConn
4. Fourth round, No. 15 (No. 112 overall, acquired from Tampa Bay in swap of fourth-round picks): Quarterback Tyler Wilson
5. Sixth round, No. 4 (No. 172 overall): Tight end Nick Kasa, Colorado
6. Sixth round, No. 13 (No. 181 overall, from Houston in swap of sixth-round picks): Central Florida running back Latavius Murray
7. Sixth round, No. 16 (No. 184 overall, from Houston in swap of sixth-round picks on April 27, 2013): Tennessee tight end Mychal Rivera
8. Sixth round, No. 37 (No. 205 overall, compensatory pick): Oklahoma defensive tackle Stacy McGee
9. Seventh round, No. 3 (No. 209 overall): San Diego State receiver Brice Butler
10. Seventh round, No. 27 (No. 233 overall, from Houston in swap of sixth-round picks on April 27, 2013): Missouri Western State DE David Bass


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