The Oakland Raiders have completed their draft and now set their eyes on undrafted free agents. Reggie McKenzie's best acquisition in his first two years has been Rod Streater. He signed the undrafted free agent after the NFL draft in 2012. Heading into the 2014 season, Streater is expected to be the No. 1 receiver for the Raiders and may become a household name.
Streater isn't the only undrafted free agent to make an immediate impact whom McKenzie has found. Last year, McKenzie signed Matt McGloin after he went undrafted. McGloin ended up starting six games for the Raiders in 2014 as he leaped over fourth-round pick Tyler Wilson, Matt Flynn and Terrelle Pryor on the depth chart. So finding an impact player after the draft is not out of the question.
So who will be the "2014 Rod Streater" for the Raiders? Let's find out.