The Raiders have yet to announce their class of undrafted free agents, but the names are coming out and the proposed class includes Rutgers offensive tackle Kamaal Seymour.
The Raiders are getting a heady player.
Seymour, who is from Brooklyn, New York, was an All-Academic Big Ten selection the past three seasons in a row. As a senior, he won Rutgers’ award as its best offensive lineman. Seymour played in the NFLPA All-Star game in January. He is massive player at 6’6, 324 pounds. I mean, look at that photo. That’s a large fella.
Just want to thank the @NFLPABowl as well as @ @JackieSlaterHOF and @KevinMawae for a great learning experience. I learned a lot in the couple of days and will forever be grateful for the experience and tools that have been passed down to me.— Kamaal Seymour (@MoneyMaknMaal) January 23, 2020
He may have to beat out David Sharpe to make the roster, but Seymour will have a strong chance of making the Las Vegas practice squad if he shows well in training camp and in the preseason.
Here’s some video on Seymour: