With perhaps the biggest draft in Raiders history looming, so its time to start looking at the prospect events and first up is the East-West Shrine Game.
For those Oakland Raiders fans who love the NFL draft and all its coverage, things are about to get serious with the East-West Shrine practices starting this week and finishing with the game on Saturday. Though not as big as the Senior Bowl, the Shrine game has a very produced plenty of big-time NFL talent. 70 of the players that participated in the game last season are on NFL rosters, and 77 hall of famers have been part of this event.
So even if you are not familiar with all the names on the 2019 roster, expect to hear a good amount of their names on Sundays in some capacity. And for us, as Raiders fans, here are some prospects that I think could be a great addition to the team and be productive pros.
This is going to be the most important Raiders draft in a very long time, as they hold three first round picks, and six picks in the top-100. Bringing in Mike Mayock to be the general manager should help them assess talent, especially in rounds three and on.
Here are five prospects to keep an eye on during the East-West Shrine Game.