The Raiders have been studying quarterbacks who could be drafted any day and will likely pull the trigger on a quarterback at some point. Let’s look at a quarterback who fits what the Raiders do and have has talked to the team during this draft process, Stanford’s Tanner McKee:
He did a church mission out of college and didn’t start playing at Stanford until 2020.
He was Stanford’s primary starter in 2021-22. He completed 65.4 percent of his passes in 2021 and 62 percent in 2022. He threw for 2,947 yards with 15 touchdown passes and eight interceptions in 2022. For his career, McKee threw for 28 touchdowns and 15 interceptions.
This is McKee’s 23rd birthday. He is younger than some of the quarterbacks coming into this class. So, it’s a comfortable drafting age for drafting teams.
He has great size at 6-foot-6, 231 pounds. He’s smart. He has a strong arm and is a natural pocket passer.
He wasn’t overly productive. He doesn’t move great and sometimes struggles with accuracy.
Some teams like his size and potential, but others aren’t he will amount to anything more than an average backup in the NFL. He’s probably a Day Three pick.
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