Oakland Raiders 2013 Breakout Player Projections

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Dec 2, 2012; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders receiver Rod Streater (80) is defended by Cleveland Browns defensive back Buster Skrine (22) on a 64-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter at the O.co Coliseum. The Browns defeated the Raiders 20-17. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-USA TODAY Sports

Second Year — Rod Streater, WR

Streater came out of nowhere last year as an undrafted free agent, and started shocking people at Raiders camp. As an undrafted rookie, Streater finished with 39 receptions for 584 yards and three touchdowns, and I think he has a shot at winning the #2 WR job with Denarius Moore in Oakland.

The former Temple Owl has great size at 6’3″ 200 pounds and excellent straight line speed, and he could give the Raiders another vertical element to their offense. He has excellent athletic ability and great control of his body. I think Streater is the type of guy who really has a shot to break out in a vertical style offense in Oakland, something that I think would fit any of their current QB skill sets perfectly.

He does a great job of going up and making plays on the ball, something I think will play well into his favor in terms of winning a starting job in this Oakland offense.

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  • Glenn

    I loved the Murray pick. This kid is a gamer and will be a stud down the road.

    • SayreBedinger

      Like I said, I’m shocked looking at his measurables and college numbers–even with injury history–that he fell to the sixth round. He will play like a 2nd or 3rd round RB if he stays healthy.