This year's NFL All-Under-25 team gave some more recognition to the Silver and Black.
Tre’von Moehrig was tabbed at the FLEX position on defense for the annual team selected by NFL.com's Nick Shook. It's the second year in a row a Raider has made the list, after running back Josh Jacobs was named to the team last season.
Moehrig, a product of TCU, made an immediate impact for his team last season, starting all 17 games as well as the wildcard playoff game against the Cincinnati Bengals. He ended his rookie year with six pass deflections and received a 77.7 pass coverage grade from Pro Football Focus – the third highest out of all rookie defensive backs.
"Moehrig came to the Raiders via a second-round selection in 2021 and immediately stepped into a starting role opposite Johnathan Abram, playing all 17 games and recording his first interception in a Week 6 win over the AFC West rival Broncos," Shook wrote. "Moehrig's yet to catapult himself into stardom, but he's only been in the league for a year. I expect him to continue on his upward trend toward becoming a marquee name in a city filled with them."
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