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Nasir Adderley is the best safety in this draftChuck Cook-USA TODAY
SportsMeasurables6’0”, 206 lbs40-yard dash: 4.54 (Pro Day w/ injury)Bench Press:
19 repsVertical Jump: 39 inchesNote: Had hamstring injuryStats2016: 51 tackles,
8 passes defended2017: 49 tackles, 6 passes defended, 2 interceptions2018: 78
tackles, 8 passes defended, 5 interceptions2019: 48 tackles, 9 passes defended,
3 interceptionsAwards2016: Third-team All-CAA2017: All-CAA First Team2018:
All-CAA First TeamCombine and Senior Bowl inviteStrengths Nice speed and agility
allowing him to make plays sideline to sideline, with the strength and size to
complete the play. Football IQ and game sense both above average, gives him a
jump on plays that he utilizes well. Attacks every play, both in pass coverage
and run support. Keeps eyes on the quarterback consistently. Solid tackler, can
make the tough open-field tackles. Intelligence to read the play and determine
optimal choice, athleticism to make it happen more often than
not.WeaknessTruthfully, there aren’t many. The obvious one is the level of
competition. Playing at Delaware Adderley was not necessarily playing against
the cream of the crop. Scouts point out that he played against very few
NFL-caliber players. Other knock is a lack of man coverage from the safety
position as he played a huge majority of his snaps in single high sets after
switching from corner to safety in his junior year. VerdictIn my opinion,
Adderley is the top safety option in this class. He could benefit from some
coaching at the next level, especially in play recognition as he wasn’t facing
the best or most diverse offenses in college. Adderley’s experience is
paramount, teams will love his ability to play cornerback and safety.Pro
ComparisonEarl ThomasFit with RaidersJon Gruden got a first hand look at
Adderley while he coached him at the Senior Bowl Bo Jackson
, and he reportedly loved him. It is no surprise that
Oakland needs help in the secondary (at both positions), and Adderley has
experience at both. He would likely supplant any of the team’s options as a
starter, or at the very least would push them all for snaps. Adderley’s motor is
that of a ‘Gruden Grinder’ and he will be an option with either the late first
picks ( 24 and 27) or the second round pick (35).Oakland would be smart to snag
Adderley whenever possible. With the safety misses in previous drafts (Obi
Melifonwu, Shalom Luani, Karl Joseph) the Raiders are still searching for a
long-term solution. Adderley can be that player with potential to be the next
star safety in the NFL. No matter what an NFL team does, there will be those who
disagree with it. Every team is built differently and not all of them are going
to work out as hoped. Few teams this offseason were more..." Raiders Free Agency
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RaidersNo matter what an NFL team does, there will be those who disagree with
it. Every team is built differently and not all of them are going to work out as
hoped. Few teams this offseason were more busy than the Raiders, so there was a
lot to consider when ESPN put together their offseason grades.The Raiders were
given a C+ grade.That’s not great, but there were certainly many teams who fared
worse in the grades. It’s middle of the pack, considering there were 13 teams
who got worse grades than the Raiders and a few who got the same grade. To help
with their opinions on each team’s offseason moves, they asked some unnamed NFL
executives to give their takes. This is where it gets interesting.Though the
trade of Khalil Mack was not made this offseason, it was made just prior to last
season and the first of the two draft picks acquired from the trade did occur in
April when the Raiders made the Bears pick at 24 overall. They got Alabama RB
Josh Jacobs.Also since then was the Amari Cooper trade which was made midseason
and had the Raiders picking for the Cowboys at 27 overall, selecting Mississippi
State safety Johnathan Abram. One exec was not a fan of those swaps.”I would
rather have Khalil Mack and Amari Cooper than Josh Jacobs and Johnathan Abram,”
an exec said. “That is why it is dangerous to trade good players for draft
picks. Those draft picks are super valuable until they are spent and then they
are players that not everybody wants.”Another exec looked at the Mack trade in a
different light. Because while the Raiders balked at the idea of paying the now
3-time All Pro Mack $23 million, they went out this offseason and made a
somewhat unproven Trent Brown, who has never even made a Pro Bowl, the richest
offensive lineman in NFL history.”They pass on Khalil Mack https://www.raiderslockerroom.com/authentic-antonio-brown-jersey ,
but then they overpay the tackle [Trent Brown] and they overpay the safety
[Lamarcus Joyner],” another exec said. “You could have had a dynamic pass-rusher
[Mack] for $23 million a year, but now you are paying $27 million a year for a
safety and a tackle who could not start in San Francisco two years ago.”These
are all valid criticisms. Especially those with regard to Khalil Mack. There’s
very little defense (so to speak) for making such a move.That being said, at
least one exec sees a method to the madness.”guys and it is not a terrible strategy,” an exec said. “They are
saying they will draft on defense and have guys for four years. Most of these
big-time players getting cut are defensive guys, which I think played into their
thinking on Mack. There is some evidence to support it and that is how they are
building their team.”Trent Brown’s deal in particular shifts much of his money
to his second year, which is great for him, but could be potentially bad for the
Raiders because if he stumbles out the gates, they are stuck with him for at
least two years. ”One thing they did was structure contracts to have big bucks
in Year 2, for when they are in Vegas,” an exec said. “That is good for players,
too, because there is no state income tax in Nevada.”Now, I know how this goes.
Those of you who would be angry at these executives’ criticism will bitch that
they should put their name on it. The fact of the matter is, if you want honesty
— actual honesty — you get it with anonymity. That’s how journalism works.
Otherwise you’re just a publicist. Follow @LeviDamien
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