The day before the Raiders will take the field for their final week of OTA's they have made a move to fill their open roster spot. They add wide undrafted former Washington wide receiver Marvin Hall, according to a source.
Hall attended the Raiders' rookie minicamp on a tryout. He wasn't initially one of the players signed, but with the loss of Andre Debose -- who was placed on waived last week on an injury settlement -- the team called up Hall and added him to the roster, where he joins fellow undrafted Washington wide receiver Jaydon Mickens.
Neither Mickens nor Hall were eligible to attend OTA's before now due to Washington graduation rules, which could explain why the Raiders simply left the roster spot vacant for the second week of OTA's.
The 5-10, 188-pound Hall could more accurately be described as simply a weapon. Though he doesn't have big numbers at any position, he played in every facet of the game on offense and special teams. In four seasons for the Huskies he caught 25 passes for 409 yards and a TD, had 7 rushes for 23 yards, threw 3 passes for 91 yards and 2 TD's, returned 12 punts for 105 yards and returned 16 kicks for 357 yards.
Hall is a native of Los Angeles, having played at Susan Miller Dorsey High School.