Last year, Alfred Morris gave every under-the-radar rookie running back something to dream for.
Can Latavius Murray live up to those dreams?
Murray, the sixth-round pick from Central Florida made a strong impression on the team in rookie camp with his big body and ability to catch the ball.
The question, however, is whether that will translate into the professional game. After all, Murray only ran for 1,000 yards once in his four-year college career.
The biggest thing standing between Murray and his dreams, however, is Darren McFadden.
If there's one position on the roster that has an established starter, it's running back, and so, whether Murray every sees the field on a regular basis remains a large question mark.
Then again, any Raider fan could tell you one thing: No backup running back should expect to be on the bench for long.