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Rod Streater is one of several UDFAs that have a chance to make the roster.
Aaron Henry, S
A raw safety with some athletic ability. He could push for a roster spot but is a prime candidate for the practice squad. He'll need to display good instincts and quick diagnosis of plays during training camp to have a shot of winning a job on the final roster.
Brandon Carswell, WR
If the Raiders choose to keep six receivers, one of the undrafted guys will have a chance at a roster spot. Carswell has as good of a chance as any of them to make it because he works hard and is a willing blocker.
Chaz Powell, S
He's a size and speed prospect that only played defensive back for one year. Powell is converted receiver that needs a lot of work on his technique. Another prime candidate for the practice squad but could make plays during training camp due to his athletic ability.
Conroy Black, CB
Apparently Reggie McKenzie will take a chance on athletes that need some work on technique because Black, like Powell and Henry, is a player with good tools that needs work on his technique. Has an outside shot at making the final roster with a good training camp due to the lack of depth at cornerback. A lot depends on where the Raiders choose to play several veteran defensive backs.
Dan Knapp, T
Converted from tight end at Arizona State and has only played offensive line for two years. Is a hard-working player that still has the agile feet of a tight end. A candidate to become the next Alex Parsons and stick around on the practice squad for a couple years to refine his technique.
Derek Carrier, WR
Coming from a Division III school will make it difficult on Carrier to make the final roster, but he's got great size for a receiver and might eventually be tried as a tight end. Carrier will need to flash in training camp and demonstrate he has skills worth keeping around. Could land on practice squad if he demonstrates good long-term upside.
Dominique Hamilton, DT
A powerful defensive tackle that needs to learns the little things to become a complete player. Some had him pegged as a potential nose tackle due prior to the draft. The Raiders are without a run stopper up the middle, so there is a roster spot potentially open for just such a player if he can refine his technique during training camp.
Eddy Carmona, K
A camp leg that the Raiders will keep in mind should something happen to Sebastian Janikowski.
Kaelin Burnett, LB
One of the more intriguing undrafted free agents and a player worth watching throughout training camp. Burnett was a defensive end for his senior season at Nevada and overcome several obstacles just to play football after a serious hip injury last year. The Raiders like him as a rush linebacker, and he can also play special teams, giving him a good shot to stick on the final roster.
Kyle Efaw, TE
There is already a lot of depth at tight end, and typically the third tight end is going to be blocking specialist rather than big receiver like Efaw. He'll need to develop his blocking to have a chance of sticking as a third tight end but could end up on the practice squad for further development.
Kyle Newhall-Caballero, QB
Purely a depth quarterback and camp arm at this point, but a strong camp could always make him something more.
Lucas Nix, G
Nix is a good fit for the zone-blocking scheme and will have the opportunity to compete for a backup job. Has a chance to make the roster with a strong camp, but there are a lot of players competing for one or two backup jobs on the offensive line.
Mario Kurn, LB
Missed a lot of time due to injury his senior season, but he's got a great motor and he's relentless. Reminds me a little of Miles Burris. Lack of depth at linebacker means he could get into the mix for a roster spot with a good training camp. Biggest challenge will be dropping back into coverage as he was primarily a pass-rusher at San Diego.
Marquette King, P
One of the more curious undrafted rookie free-agent signings. There is no room for King with Shane Lechler on the roster, and few teams like to waste a practice squad spot on a specialist. His number could be on speed dial should something happen to Lechler's golden leg.
Rod Streater, WR
Streater earned first-team reps during the team's mandatory mini-camp, which is a very good sign that he's made a favorable early impression on his coaches. He's a deep threat who does a good job adjusting to the ball in the air and catching with his hands. He's got good size and speed for the position. A great candidate to make the final roster, but he'll have to prove he can beat the press once the Raiders put the pad on.
Thomas Mayo, WR
Mayo is a raw small school prospect with above-average athleticism. He's got the size and vertical leap to make it as a possession receiver, but he's had inconsistent hands so far and lacks elite agility to make defenders miss. A long shot at this point that needs to quickly rebound during training camp.
Wayne Dorsey, DE
Prior to transferring to Mississippi, Dorsey was the No. 1 JUCO recruit in the nation. He broke his arm after just six games last season but managed to register three sacks and five tackles for a loss. He looks the part at 6'6", 272 pounds. He'll have to play fast and furious during training camp and is another player that could eventually end up on the practice squad.