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Raiders sign sixth-round pick RB Dylan Laube 


HENDERSON, Nev. – The Las Vegas Raiders have signed sixth-round draft pick RB Dylan Laube, the club announced Thursday.

Laube, a 5-foot-10, 206-pound running back out of New Hampshire, was selected with the 208th overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft. Laube played in 46 games over six seasons and racked up 7,197 all-purpose yards, including 2,773 rushing yards, 1,791 receiving yards, 2,207 kickoff return yards and 426 punt return yards. He also scored 47 total touchdowns (29 rushing, 14 receiving, 2 kick return and 2 punt return).

In 2023, Laube ranked first in the nation (FCS) in all-purpose yards per game (209.5), second in total touchdowns (18) and second in scoring (10.8 points per game). Additionally, he was named the 2023 CAA Special Teams Player of the Year, averaging 31 yards per kick return and over 11 yards per punt return. Laube also led the FCS in all-purpose yards in 2022 (194.3 yards per game).

A native of Westhampton, N.Y., Laube attended Westhampton High School where he led the team to a 12-0 record and the school's first Long Island Class III championship in 2017. As a senior, he set a Long Island-record with 47 touchdowns and rushed for a school-record 2,680 yards on 249 carries. Laube was selected to the USA Today ALL-USA New York Football Team and named a Newsday All-Long Island selection as a senior.

With the 208th overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, the Las Vegas Raiders have selected running back Dylan Laube.

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