Las Vegas Raiders: 4 players who could pull a Shohei Ohtani and play both ways
2. Trayvon Mullen, CB –> WR
Two areas of this Raiders team that are big question marks heading into the 2021 NFL season are cornerback and wide receiver. The Raiders have used numerous assets on both position groups to try and turn them into strengths, but in the end, they have been left with more questions than answers.
In 2021, the hope is that they have done enough to at least make these two groups competitive, as they have added some young talent, as well as some veterans. Looking at the roster, I see one player who could not only be an elite cornerback for the team but also add some talent to the wideout spot, and that is former second-round pick, Trayvon Mullen.
In reality, Mullen is only going to play defense, as he is one of the more important players for Gus Bradley this season, being one of the only proven cornerbacks on the roster. However, if he was asked to come in and play a little wide receiver, he has the quickness to definitely get open, and the hands to make the play if he does so.