Oakland Raiders: 2019 NFL Combine 3 up and 3 down on Day 1
By Brad Weiss
Garrett Bradbury, OL, NC State
Arguably the biggest winner of the 2019 combine’s first day was Garrett Bradbury, a punishing offensive linemen from NC State. Bradbury posted an elite number in the RAS score, and you can be sure that his big day on Friday rocketed him up draft boards all over the NFL. In fact, his score may be the best in combine history.
Justice Hill, RB, Oklahoma State
There is a lot to like about Justice Hill, the explosive halfback for the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Hill is not only ridiculously athletic, but he plays well above his stature, and is going to be a versatile back at the next level. On Friday, Hill was at top performer among running backs in the 40-yard dash, the vertical jump, and the broad jump, putting his skills on full display.
Chris Lindstrom, OL, Boston College
The big fella from Boston College was an absolute beast for the Eagles during his time on campus, and he shined among his fellow offensive linemen on Friday. Lindstrom finished second in the 40-yard dash, and in the top-10 in vertical jump, showing incredible athleticism for a guy his size. He can add depth to the Raiders offensive line this April.