Raiders 7-round 2023 NFL Mock Draft: QB, 2024 first-round pick, and more
If you want a wide receiver with speed, then Tyler Scott out of Cincinnati has plenty of that to offer. We grab the speedster with the 175th overall pick and plug him in right away as the deep threat opposite Davante Adams. There is a good chance that Mack Hollins leaves via free agency, so Scott fills that void as well.
Scott averaged an impressive 16.4 yards per catch as a junior in 2022 and recorded 55 catches for 904 yards and nine touchdowns. He’s another member of Bruce Feldman’s Freaks List and has elite speed with a 4.29 40.
Despite his slimmer frame at 5-11 and 185 pounds, Feldman notes that Scott did 16 reps of the 225-pound bench press and has a 40-inch vertical so he is both a deep ball and jump-ball threat. Wide receiver is going to be under the microscope this offseason, as big changes could be coming, so look for a speedster like Scott to be on the Raiders’ radar if that is the case.