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Tim Hiller a Value Pick for the Raiders

Tim Hiller a Value Pick for the Raiders

The Raiders have many needs to address but they are keeping their eyes out for a few under the radar prospects at quarterback. With so much already invested in the erratic JaMarcus Russell, the Raiders might look at a young quarterback who can sit, develop and potentially contribute down the line. One such prospect hails from a conference that has had success in producing NFL quarterbacks.

The 6-foot-4 Hiller is rated as a late-round prospect by draft analyst Chris Steuber, in part because of major injuries to both knees during his record-setting career at Western Michigan.But Hiller has every other trait NFL teams covet in their quarterbacks.Intelligence: A perfect 4.0 grade-point average through college. Toughness: He played the final three games of the 2008 season with... Recommended Stories

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