On Saturday, the Reese’s Senior Bowl capped off a week of hard work for potential NFL draft prospects in Mobile, Alabama. An event that was created to showcase collegiate talent, did not disappoint as many individual performances made for a competitive atmosphere. For the Las Vegas Raiders, there were athletes that made strong cases to fill roster needs moving forward.
The Senior Bowl’s motto “The draft starts in Mobile!” was validated last year as the 2019 edition provided six current Raiders players.
- Johnathan Abram
- Te’Von Coney
- Keelan Doss
- Alec Ingold
- Foster Moreau
- Isaiah Johnson
General manager Mike Mayock will look to duplicate last year’s success in this April’s draft and after Saturday’s game, there were specific performances that should have peaked the Raiders interest.
Bradlee Anae, Utah
Edge defender Bradlee Anae was arguably the most dominant player on the field for either team on Saturday. He was a terror for offensive tackles and finished the day with three sacks and was in the backfield consistently. One of his pressures, led to a turnover.
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Bradlee’s forte, as you can see above, is getting to the quarterback. His disruptive nature would be a fine addition on the Las Vegas defensive line.
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As of now, he projects between the second and third round according to pundits. If the Raiders acquire a second round pick via trade, the Utes defender’s name is one to remember.