Oakland Raiders 2010 Mock Draft
When I look at the Raiders I see a team only a few players few players from a real contender. The Offensive Line needs to be solidified with at least two new opening day starters at left tackle, and right guard maybe even center. Tom Cable is back this year and has said this about the draft, "The biggest thing right now is, let’s look at this offensive line class and really know what it is.” If that’s some kind of sign then we can hope for some knew blood. Stopping the run has plagued our defensive for the past 7 years and most of the blame has falling on our linebackers. Morison and Howard maybe on the way out this year or next so expect the raiders to draft some depth. That’s all I got I guess enjoy and if your part of the Nation let me know what you all think f*ck the haters.
With the eighth overall selection in the 2010 NFL draft the Oakland Raiders select from the University of Maryland Offensive Tackle Bruce Campbell. Why is Al Davis going to invest the future in Bruce Campbell simple; he's 6-6 314 with long arms, big hands, and he ran the 40 in 4.85 seconds faster then any other tackle in the draft. Davis sees Campbell as the next Art Shell, a big bodied athletic tackle with great lateral movement. The Raiders need a LT and Campbell just might be the answer.
With the thirty ninth overall selection in the 2010 NFL draft the Oakland Raiders select from the University of Alabama Defensive Tackle Terrence Cody. He's the big bodied tackle we've desperately needed since the departure of Darrell Russel. All American standing at 6' 4'' 349lbs, an absolute behemoth of a man I'd hate to see in any opposing line up.
With the sixty seventh overall selection in the 2010 NFL draft the Oakland Raiders select from the Ohio State University Outside Linebacker Thaddeus Gibson. Tough player overshadowed by some of his teammates but a great hard nosed player who will help ad depth to the linebacker position.
With the one hundred and sixth overall selection in the 2010 NFL draft the Oakland Raiders select from the University of Auburn Corner Back Walter McFadden. Great man to man corner could replace Stanford Route in the nickle package maybe even challenge Chris Johnson late in the season.
With the one hundred and thirty eighth overall selection in the 2010 NFL draft the Oakland Raiders select from Louisiana State University Offensive Guard Ciron Black. Big, physical, nasty son of a b**ch. Raiders need to add youth to the interior line Erik Pears and Cooper Carlisle are both suck.
With the one hundred and fifty eighth overall selection in the 2010 NFL draft the Oakland Raiders select from the University of Miami Middle Linebacker Darryl Sharpton. He's undersized for his position only 5-11 but awareness on the field and his ability to stuff the run make him a player of interest for the Raiders.
With the two hundred and fifteenth overall selection in the 2010 NFL draft the Oakland Raiders select from Texas Tech University Offensive Guard Brandon Carter. Great in pass protection and look at the guy, thats what I'm talking. The Raiders need more swagger in the locker room.
With the two hundred and fifty first overall selection in the 2010 NFL draft the Oakland Raiders select from the University of Southern California Center Jeff Byers. Doubled as both defensive tackle and center his senior year, and can play all three offensive line positions. Raiders could plug him in whenever a need is presented during the season due to a starters injuries. Our very own Utility Lineman.