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Quinton Bell Lester Hayes Jersey , DE, Prairie View A&MMeasurables6’4", 238 pounds (weight from pro day)41.5 inch vertical leap 4.48 second 40-yard dash Stats (played WR first three seasons)2018: 7.5 sacks, 46..."Quinton Bell, DE, Prairie View A&MMeasurables6’4”, 238 pounds (weight from pro day)41.5 inch vertical leap 4.48 second 40-yard dash Stats (played WR first three seasons)2018: 7.5 sacks, 46 total tackles, 10 TFL2017: (WR) 8 receptions, 97 yards 2016: (WR) 9 receptions, 138 yards, 1 touchdown2015: (WR) 2 receptions, 24 yardsAwards2018 second-team All-SWAC honors StrengthsBell, who played three seasons at wide receiver in college in addition to being on the track team, possesses immense athletic ability. He has the speed and lateral quickness to become a stopper in the run game in addition to a tall and lanky frame that would coincide with a pass-rushing prototype. Showed a knack for improvement as the season progressed. He sacked the quarterback five times in the last four games of the year to finish with 7.5 sacks on the season. He has also begun to fill out his frame as he is now 238 pounds compared to the 220 pounds he was listed at during the season. WeaknessesWith just one season on the defensive side of the ball Ronnie Lott Jersey , Bell is about as big of a project as one could imagine. He didn’t react quickly on tape, needs to learn how to use his hands, has no pass-rushing moves to his arsenal, and needs to become stronger to stand a chance in the run game and against the stronger and larger offensive linemen in the NFL.VerdictIt is the seventh round of an NFL draft. No one is finding players without many weaknesses. Thatt being said, Bell has the athleticism to succeed at the next level and showed an impressive ability to improve illustrated by his five sacks in the last four games of his senior season. There is a long way for Bell to go if he wants to become a player that regular sees the field, but he has the physical traits to make an impact (far) down the line.Fit with RaidersYou can’t ever have too many pass rushers and Oakland needs pass rushers badly. Bell has the physical traits, but no experience and technique. If the coaching staff can help him improve his technique, he could eventually find himself out on the field in pass rush situations, but most likely that’s a ways off.Raiders Week 2 power rankings round-up: Raiders drop from already low rankings following week one loss Welcome to our weekly round-up of the Oakland Raiders Power Rankings from around the internet. The Raiders lost to the Los Angeles Rams 33-13 last night, and fell in most power rankings. The defense without Khalil Mack failed to get enough pressure on Jared Goff and the Rams, while the offense had some costly turnovers. NFL.com: 27Last Week: 24ESPN: 28Last Week 18Washington Post: 28Last Week 30SB Nation: 23Last Week 30USA Today: 29Last Week 28Bleacher Report: 29Last Week: 25NBC Sports: 23Last Week 19Houston Chronicle: 27Last Week: 26NJ.com: 29Last Week: Yahoo!: 27Last Week: 25Sporting News: 30Last Week: 23CBS Sports: 21Last Week: 18Average Ranking: 26.75Last week: 21.9It actually could have been much worse of an average ranking if the Raiders hadn’t been give higher than average rankings from CBS Sports (21), NBC Sports (23) and our own mothership site SB Nation (23). Losing a game 33-13 will do that to you, especially right after trading away your best defensive player wasn’t looked at positively by most outlets.There were some positives to be taken from the game like Jared Cook’s big performance, Marshawn Lynch’s vicious running and the team hanging with a powerful Rams team through 3 quarters. The Raiders will have another chance to rebound next week at Mile High when they take on their divisional rival Denver Broncos.

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