42. Stacy McGee
A sixth-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft out of Oklahoma, Stacy McGee has found a home with the Oakland Raiders as a late round steal from general manager Reggie McKenzie. Contributing in all of his first three seasons with the team as a serviceable depth interior defensive lineman.
McGee has played in 46 games for the Raiders, experience that now makes the former late round prospect out of Oklahoma one of the team’s veterans as the former Sooner has been around for much of Reggie McKenzie’s rebuilding project.
After playing in all 16 games last season and grabbing four starts, McGee should be back on the Raiders roster continuing to capably fill his role as a solid defensive tackle who can give productive snaps when called upon to do his job. Expect another successful season for McGee as he enters his fourth year with the Silver and Black.
– Chase Ruttig