2015 Draft Sleepers Who Would Fit Perfectly with the Oakland Raiders

With less than two weeks to go until the 2015 NFL draft, the top of the Oakland Raiders' draft board has become pretty clear. The Raiders have some glaring needs—wide receiver, guard, defensive end—and they should address those within the first three rounds.

But which players should the team target later in the draft?

Rounds 4-7 (the later rounds) are where front offices really show what they're made of. That's not to say that making picks in rounds 1-3 (the early rounds) is easy, but it's certainly easier.

Contributors can still be found in the later rounds if you know where to look and what to look for. While possible starters are the targets in the earlier rounds, the rest of the draft is for finding role players, reserves and players that can possibly work their way into the starting lineup down the road.

Here's a look at six players that the Raiders should target in rounds 4-7. Each of these players was a solid performer in college and has the potential to be a contributor for Oakland as a rookie.

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