The 2019 Oakland Raiders draft class was a special one, and being Combine week, we take a look at how they performed last year.
The Oakland Raiders 2019 season is now in the rearview mirror as Jon Gruden, Mike Mayock, and their team of scouts flock to Indianapolis to evaluate the NFL hopefuls at Lucas Oil Stadium this week. The 2020 NFL Combine will be an exciting one for the now-Las Vegas Raiders, as they hold five picks in the first 91 selections, including two first rounders.
The leagues “Combine Week” is officially here, and NFL scouts, executives, and coaches will get an in-depth look at prospects they may add for the upcoming 2020 season. With that in mind, how did the Raiders 2019 draft class stack up at last year’s NFL Combine?
In past years, the combine has been very beneficial for players, but in a different sense, it can speak volumes toward specific areas in which they lack. Players will be given the opportunity to showcase their abilities in the 40-yard dash, bench press, vertical jump, broad jump, three-cone drill, 20-yard shuttle, and the 60-yard shuttle.
With all the marquee college players put a large emphasis on elevating their draft stock this week, let’s backtrack and see how the Raiders 2019 draft class performed at last year’s NFL Combine.