Jaydon Mickens, WR Washington
Like Hansley, former Washington receiver Jaydon Mickens has impressed Seely in his ability to perform as a punt returner because of his natural speed, but his elite quickness route-running ability should have him taking snaps from at slot receiver before he starts fielding punts.
Mickens led the Huskies with 58 receptions for 692 yards and two touchdowns as a senior in 2015, per CFBStats.com.
At 5’10”, 170 pounds, Mickens is limited as a slot receiver, but his ability to beat cornerbacks over the top and make plays on shorter routes with the ball in his hands should give Oakland that big-play ability that they have been yearning for from within the slot. He will need to work on some of his technique flaws with catching the ball and finishing his routes, but Mickens’ high ceiling should have the Raiders’ offensive coaches searching for ways to get him the ball.