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Former JC All American safety Kent London to attend Raiders local pro day

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This week the Raiders will hold their local pro day which invites NFL hopefuls from the area to attend as a group to be seen by team coaches and scouts. One player who will be attending is former Milpitas High star Kent London according to a source.

These types of pro days are ideal for players like Kent London to prove he is worth a shot.

London was a star QB for Milpitas High, but didn't qualify for college academically out of high school, so he went the JC route, attending Foothill College in Los Altos where he made JC All American in 2012 at both quarterback and defensive back.

From there he went to Houston, but missed his only season there with a shoulder injury and after that opted to transfer. As often happens with Division I transfers, they opt for a Division II school rather than sitting out a season. London chose Southeastern Oklahoma State where again injuries derailed his season in 2014. After missing the first three games of his final season with a hamstring injury, he showed his skills over the final seven games of the season, collecting 5 interceptions, 2 passes defended and 39 tackles along with 2 forced fumbles.

The 6-1, 205-pounder has shown himself to be immensely talented. He is a rangy safety who is a big hitter as you will notice in the video below.