Oakland Raiders Announce Undrafted Free Agent Signings

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ALAMEDA, Calif. – The Oakland Raiders have signed the following 13 undrafted free agents, the club announced Tuesday.

**Player** **Pos.** **Ht.** **Wt.** **College**
Brent, K.J. WR 6-4 190 Wake Forest
Burbank, Ross C 6-4 310 Virginia
Cowser, James LB/DE 6-4 260 Southern Utah
Durden, Kenneth DB 6-0 180 Youngstown State
Hamilton, Antonio DB 6-0 185 South Carolina State
Holton, Johnny WR 6-2 190 Cincinnati
Iddings, Drew DL 6-6 290 South Dakota
Latham, Darius DT 6-5 305 Indiana
McCaffrey, Max WR 6-2 200 Duke
McRae, Tony DB 5-9 180 North Carolina A&T
O'Malley, Ryan TE 6-6 265 Pennsylvania
Omoile, Oni G 6-3 305 Iowa State
Wilson, Kyrie LB 6-2 245 Fresno State

Brent:Played one season at Wake Forest in 2015 as a graduate transfer after playing three years at South Carolina…Appeared in 49 games over his career, recording 56 receptions for 735 yards and two TDs…Posted 42 receptions for 583 yards in lone season at Wake Forest. 

Burbank:Played four years at Virginia, appearing in 45 games with 27 starts...Saw action at guard and center over career…Named All-ACC honorable mention and All-ACC Third Team by conference coaches. 

Cowser:Played four years at Southern Utah, setting the NCAA FCS record with 43.5 sacks…Posted double-digit sack totals in three of his four seasons…Named FCS ADA Defensive Player of the Year and Big Sky Conference Defensive Player of the Year as a senior. 

Durden: Played two seasons at Youngstown State after spending three years at South Florida…Played in 11 games as a senior in 2015, totaling 22 tackles (17 solo), one INT and five passes defensed…Also returned seven kickoffs for 97 yards. 

Hamilton: Played three years at South Carolina State, appearing in 33 games…Totaled 73 tackles, one sack, four INTs and nine passes defensed…Added 33 kickoff returns for 818 yards and two TDs…Also posted 23 punt returns for 498 yards and two TDs…Earned All-MEAC honors as a return specialist as a junior. 

Holton: Played two years at Cincinnati after transferring from College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Ill. …Appeared in 21 games with seven starts over two seasons with the Bearcats, totaling 46 receptions for 892 yards and 10 TDs…Added 45 kickoff returns for 942 yards. 

Iddings: Played four seasons at South Dakota, appearing in 46 games with 35 starts…Totaled 149 tackles and eight sacks…Posted 26 tackles (18 solo), two sacks and one fumble recovery as a senior…Also added a blocked FG attempt. 

Latham: Played three years at Indiana, seeing action in 35 games with 20 starts…Totaled 81 tackles (31 solo), 7.5 sacks, two fumble recoveries, one INT and seven passes defensed…Named honorable mention All-Big Ten by conference coaches as a junior. 

McCaffrey: Played four years at Duke, seeing action in 53 games with 38 starts…Totaled 117 receptions for 1,341 yards and 12 TDs over his career…Was a two-time Academic All-ACC honoree…Led team in receptions, receiving yards and TDs as a senior…Became 18th player in school history to record 100 career receptions. 

McRae: Played four years at North Carolina A&T, appearing in 46 games…Totaled 153 tackles (112 solo), nine INTs, and 27 passes defensed…Led the team with 55 tackles as a senior, adding three INTs and five passes defensed. 

O'Malley: Played four years at Penn, appearing in 40 games…Totaled 43 receptions for 495 yards and nine TDs…Earned second-team All-Ivy League honors as a junior and senior…Ranked fourth on the team with a career-high 20 receptions as a senior. 

Omoile: Played four years at Iowa State, appearing in 31 games with 21 starts…Started all 11 games as a senior, helping the Cyclones post 182.0 rushing yards per game…Is the cousin of Raiders G/T Kelechi Osemele…Pronounced oh-NEE uh-MOY-lay 

Wilson: Played four seasons at Fresno State, appearing in 51 games with 38 starts…Totaled 271 tackles (155 solo), 4.5 sacks, five forced fumbles, eight passes defensed and two INTs…Finished career ranked No. 11 on school's all-time tackles list.

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