Anthony Morris to the Oakland Raiders: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

May 3, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie made a questionable call with the fourth-round pick by selecting Jon Feliciano in a comical stretch for a guard, who was likely a seventh-round prospect or an undrafted free agent, per CBS Sports and NFL.com.
The Raiders partially made up for the miscue with the seventh-round pick, selecting Anthony Morris out of Tennessee State. Most analysts didn’t have the Tennessee State product on their draft boards, but he’s a solid pick from a non-powerhouse school. He’s listed as a tackle but has the ability to move across the offensive line. 
At 6’7”, 303 pounds, Morris was solid blocking outside as well as inside. As you’ll notice on film, he’s able to lead the blocks on the outside and cross over the guard in run-blocking schemes inside.
Right tackle Khalif Barnes has likely escaped this draft with his starting position intact, which is a disappointment considering the Raiders needed...

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