60. Darius Latham
A big bodied defensive tackle, Darius Latham is a UDFA with high upside as yet another potential developmental prospect for the Oakland Raiders. The former Top 20 recruit in high school who stayed in his home state looking to push past his undrafted status by making an impact in his first training camp this summer.
Despite going undrafted, Latham had an outstanding final season at Indiana in 2015. Registering 10 tackles for loss and four sacks as a defensive tackle. Production that indicates that he could make an impact at the NFL level as a 6’4″, 311 pound defensive tackle who can get into the backfield to make big plays in the pass rush and the run stop game.
With Pro Football Focus rating Latham as the fifth best defensive tackle in the 2015 draft class, he just might be the best UDFA at Raiders camp this summer. Keep an eye on Latham as a player who could turn heads in his first camp with the Silver and Black.
– Chase Ruttig