2010 SB Nation NFL Mock Draft: Pick 39

The second round of the 2010 SB Nation NFL Mock Draft rolls along. We're having each SB Nation blogger make selections for their respective teams. Raymond St. Martin, lead blogger at SB Nation's Oakland Raiders blog, Silver and Black Pride, checks in to make the No. 39 overall selection in this year's mock. Take it away, sir!

With the No. 39 overall pick in the 2010 SB Nation NFL Mock Draft, the Oakland Raiders have selected Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland.

Raymond St. Martin says: Sorry, this blogger did not send in a write-up.

Mocking Dan reacts: After selecting Bryan Bulaga with the eighth pick, I was really surprised by this choice. Both come with a lot of risk – particularly Campbell. Although he fits the Oakland mold perfectly, the Raiders have way too many needs to go with offensive tackles with their first two picks.

Mocking the Draft's Top 5 remaining prospects: 1 - Jonathan Dwyer/RB/Georgia Tech, 2 - Damian Williams/WR/USC, 3 - Rob Gronkowski/TE/Arizona, 4 - Brandon Spikes/LB/Florida, 5 - Chad Jones, S, LSU

Sound off, SB Nation! What say you of the Raiders' selection of Campbell? Please be sure to check out Silver and Black Pride for all of your Raiders needs.

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