The first of three days of Senior Bowl practice is in the books, and a plethora of potential Raiders had the opportunity show out in front of scouts from all 32 teams at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama. Day 1 of Senior Bowl practice is quite honestly the most important time for prospects to show scouts what they bring to the table, as many of them only stick around for a day or so, while few if any team scouts actually stay for the game. The top non-QB prospect in attendance in Mobile is South Carolina defensive lineman Javon Kinlaw, who was clearly dominant in one-on-one drills and may have solidified himself as a surefire Top 15 pick. Cyril: What do you think about the Raiders franchise?
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