5 wide receivers the Raiders should target in the 2022 NFL Draft
Skyy Moore – Western Michigan
Skyy Moore was a production machine in 2021 totaling 94 receptions for 1,291 yards and 10 touchdowns after combining for a total of 1,090 in his previous two seasons. Moore converted from defensive back to wide receiver his freshman year of college and immediately contributed to the team with 802 yards and three touchdowns.
Then in a Covid shortened season Moore only got 388 yards in six total games but matched his touchdowns with three. Moore would be an immediate impact in the deep passing game being a little bit smaller measuring out at 5’10 195 pounds but possess the top-end speed to get open down the field and would pair well opposite of Bryan Edwards who is a bigger possession receiver.
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Moore uses his above-average catching ability to complete contested ball catches and only had seven drops in his three-year career in college. Moore is another receiver that if Ziegler and Mcdaniels choose to address another position in the first round of the draft would be a good pick in the second or third round.