How the Raiders 2019 rookie class performed at the NFL Combine
Coming out of college, Foster Moreau was thought of as someone who would primarily be a blocking tight end in the NFL. However, Mayock was a firm believer that Moreau had more athletic ability than what was displayed at LSU.
Mayock was correct as Moreau saw time as the second-string tight end, playing a prominent role in the red zone. The former fourth-round selection ended his rookie season with 21 catches, 174 yards, and five touchdowns.
Entering Year 2, he will once again play an important role on this Raiders offense, teaming with Darren Waller and Derek Carrier to give the team an incredible trio at the position group. This is one area the team does not have to worry about for a very long time, and if they can get the wideout group up to par, this has the chance to be an explosive passing game in 2020.
- Height: 6’4″
- Weight: 253 lbs
- Arms: 33 1/2″
- Hands: 9 5/8″
- 40-yard Dash: 4.66 seconds
- Bench Press: 22 reps
- Vertical Jump: 36.5 inches
- Broad Jump: 121 inches
- 3 Cone Drill: 7.16 seconds
- 20-Yard Shuttle: 4.11 seconds
- 60-Yard Shuttle: 11.81 seconds