48. Keith McGill
A former fourth-round pick in 2014, defensive back Keith McGill has struggled to find a role with the Raiders in two seasons with the team. Floating from safety to cornerback and getting little playing time at either position, McGill’s time with the Raiders so far has been underwhelming to say the least.
McGill’s claim to fame so far in the Silver and Black is a defensive touchdown against the Denver Broncos, but most of McGill’s time with the Raiders has come as a backup near the bottom half of the depth chart.
The emergence of new big money players in the Raiders secondary will make this offseason crucial for players like McGill who have yet to impress, but are still vying to keep their roles on the roster. As a defensive back with size who can play corner and safety, McGill is a valuable asset to have on the roster even if everyone is still waiting for him to put it all together.
– Chase Ruttig