After trading the No. 159 overall pick and the No. 185 overall pick to the Indianapolis Colts, the Oakland Raiders selected Michigan defensive tackle Maurice Hurst with the No. 140 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
At Michigan ... four-year letterman ... appeared in 46 games along the defensive line with 17 starts at defensive tackle ... contributed 134 tackles, 34.5 tackles for loss, 13.0 sacks, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, three pass breakups and one blocked field goal ... 2017 consensus All-American ... 2017 Bo Schembechler Most Valuable Player of U-M team ... four-time Academic All-Big Ten Conference (2014, ‘15, ‘16, ‘17) ... earned U-M Athletic Academic Achievement ... named to the watch list for the 2015 and 2017 Chuck Bednarik Awards.
Fifth-year Senior (2017) ... earned fourth varsity letter ... Academic All-Big Ten ... NCAA consensus All-American ... Bo Schembechler Award winner as the team’s Most Valuable Player ... Defensive Player of the Year as selected by the coaching staff ... Associated Press All-America first team ... Sporting News All-America first team ... Walter Camp Football Foundation All-America second team ... AFCA All-America first team ... Football Writers Association All-America second AllBig Ten first team (coaches and media) ... semifinalist for the Bednarik Award ... named to watch list for the Nagurski Trophy and Outland Trophy ... started all 13 games at defensive tackle ... contributed a career-best 61 tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss, five sacks, two pass breakups and one forced fumble ... made his second career start in the Advocare Classic against Florida (Sept. 2), making four tackles and one tackle for loss ... registered three assisted tackles against Cincinnati (Sept. 9) ... named Defensive Lineman of the Game for his performance against Cincinnati (Sept. 9) ... made four tackles against Air Force (Sept. 16) ... registered four tackles, including one for loss, and forced a fumble against Purdue (Sept. 23) ... set career highs in tackles (10), solo tackles (six) and tackles for loss (3.5) against Michigan State (Oct. 7) ... contributed five stops, 1.5 tackles for loss and half a sack at Indiana (Oct. 14) ... blocked a field goal in the first half, the first of his career, against the Hoosiers ... made one solo stop, a sack, at Penn State (Oct. 21) ... contributed eight tackles including two tackles for loss and one sack against Rutgers (Oct. 28) ... made one sack and one tackle for loss against Minnesota (Nov. 4) ... recorded nine tackles at Maryland (Nov. 11), including 1.5 tackles for loss and a sack ... credited with six assisted tackles at Wisconsin (Nov. 18), with half a sack and one tackle for loss ... totaled three tackles against Ohio State (Nov. 25) ... contributed two tackles, one tackle for loss, and one pass breakup against South Carolina vs. Outback Bowl (Jan. 1).
Senior (2016) ... earned third varsity letter ... Academic All-Big Ten Conference ... played in 12 contests ... posted 34 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks, one pass breakup, one fumble recovery and forced one fumble ... missed the opener against Hawaii (Sept. 3) due to injury ... recorded three tackles and had a fumble recovery against UCF (Sept. 10) ... tallied a sack and two stops against Colorado (Sept. 17) ... recorded seven tackles, three TFLs and one sack against Penn State (Sept. 24) to be named Defensive Lineman of the Game ... contributed two stops vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 1) ... posted four tackles and 1.5 TFLs at Rutgers (Oct. 8) ... made one tackle for loss for 13 yards against Illinois (Oct. 22) ... made a stop vs. Michigan State (Oct. 29) ... made three solo stops, including two TFL with three quarterback hurries against Maryland (Nov. 5) ... made three tackles and one TFL against Indiana (Nov. 19) ... assisted on a sack and batted down one pass attempt at Ohio State (Nov. 26) ... recorded three tackles, two TFLs, one sack and first career forced fumble vs. Florida State in the Orange Bowl (Dec. 30).
Junior (2015) ... earned second varsity letter ... Academic All-Big Ten ... earned U-M Athletic Academic Achievement ... Chuck Bednarik Award (watch list) ... appeared in all 13 games, making four starts at defensive tackle ... posted his first career sack against UNLV (Sept. 19) ... tallied another sack against BYU (Sept. 26) and added his third in three weeks against Maryland (Oct. 3) ... had three stops against Minnesota (Oct. 31) ... totaled a career-best seven stops at Indiana (Nov. 14) ... posted four tackles and an assisted TFL at Penn State (Nov. 21) ... made three stops vs. Florida in the Citrus Bowl (Jan. 1).
Sophomore (2014) ... Academic All-Big Ten ... earned first varsity letter ... appeared in seven games ... recorded three tackles and one tackle for loss ... made collegiate debut against Appalachian State (Aug. 30) ... recorded first career TFL at Notre Dame (Sept. 6) ... posted one tackle vs. Minnesota (Sept. 27) ... blocked extra point attempt at Rutgers (Oct. 4).
Freshman (2013) ... did not see game action.
Prep ... attended Xaverian Brothers High School (2013) coached by Charles Stevenson ... Key Statistics ... tallied 61 tackles, 13.5 TFLs, with nine sacks and four forced fumbles as a junior ... Honors and Rankings ... selected to the Massachusetts High School Football Coaches Association All-State Team twice (2011-12).
Personal ... Maurice Roy Hurst Jr. was born May 9, 1995 ... son of former New England Patriot Maurice Hurst ... graduated from the School of Kinesiology with a sport management degree ... enrolled in the School of Social Work graduate program.
With the 140th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Raiders select Michigan defensive tackle Maurice Hurst.