NFL Mock Draft 2013: Oakland Raiders Select Tennessee QB Tyler Bray

First, let's look at how the Oakland Raiders are already assumed to be the fourth-worst team in the league this year. That alone needs mentioning. But furthermore, Sports Illustrated's Andrew Perloff has already posted his 2013 NFL Mock Draft based on projected finishes for the upcoming year and it leaves the Raiders with the no. 4 overall pick.

A pick that high only means one thing... Quarterback!

Perloff has the Raiders selecting Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray to be the eventual replacement for Carson Palmer as the Raiders' signal caller.

Here is what Perloff said about Bray.

If you want to see what an NFL throw looks like, look up Bray on YouTube. But the 6-foot-6 signal-caller has been inconsistent at Tennessee - in part because he and his receivers have been injured. He's a boom-or-bust prospect a year out - he's been fragile and could move up to No. 1 or fall back into the pack.

Boom or bust? That sounds like a Raiders draft pick description.

For more on the Raiders, check out Silver and Black Pride.

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