Everyone wants to know who looks good in training camp.
With a scrimmage planned for Saturday, I'll run down some players that have jumped thus far.
I'll focus on players who aren't established and could earn a roster spot, rookies that could be starters or major contributors and free agent additions.
Running back Adimchinobe Echemandu looks like a perfect fit for the Raiders new zone-blocking scheme. He makes quick and decisive cuts at the line of scrimmage and has the vision to cut against the grain for big gains.
Tight end Zach Miller is the Raiders' best tight end. The rookie from Arizona State routinely makes tough catches. He's big enough to help in the run offense with his blocking. He'll be an impact player in the red zone.
Defensive end Quentin Moses is sharing time with Kevin Huntley at right defensive end. The rookie from Georgia is impressive with his speed and pass rushing skills. There's still work to be done with his run defense, but Moses should contribute as a situational pass rusher early this season.
The addition of safety B.J. Ward wasn't heralded, but he could help out in the secondary and special teams. He plays physically and could fill roles on special teams that were held by Jarrod Cooper.