The NFL's best slot cornerbacks, No. 8: T.J. Carrie
A seventh-round pick out of Ohio in 2014, Carrie is yet another example of how good Oakland general manager Reggie McKenzie is at this whole draft thing. Allowing just 23 catches on 40 targets and 250 slot snaps in ‘15, he also flexed out to safety at times, which has some wondering if he'll replace the now-retired Charles Woodson at that position. Whatever the Raiders do with him, they shouldn't deny his potential as an inside corner, especially since they have things sorted out on the outside with Sean Smith and David Amerson. Carrie is a big guy (6 '0", 206) with 4.4 speed who uses angles and aggressiveness to get things done.