Raiders' Rob Leonard will teach linebackers at the Senior Bowl: What to know about each of his players.

Rob Leonard, the defensive line coach for the Las Vegas Raiders, will teach the American Team's linebackers at this week's Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama.

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While the Raiders do not have a pressing need at linebacker, they may address the position in the NFL Draft because the team could use some additional skill.

Leonard will spend the week getting to know his roster, which means a future Raider might be mentioned below.

Here's a quick review of everything you should know about each prospect, with a concentration on off-ball linebackers because Las Vegas already has plenty of depth at the edge.

Jaylan Ford is a highly distinguished linebacker, having been named a Butkus Award semifinalist, a two-time first-team All-Big 12 selection, and a two-time third-team/honorable mention All-American (AP and Phil Steele).

 This is owing to his tremendous output over the last two seasons, which included 220 total tackles and six interceptions. 

However, I believe his tape is less spectacular than his figures because he appeared lethargic and weak at the point of attack. when a result, the Senior Bowl will play an important role in determining whether his output can be sustained when competition increases.

Ty'Ron Hopper meets that description to a 'T'. At 6'2" and 232 pounds, he has a wiry body and has to gain weight to be a better run defender, but he has enough speed and movement to be an asset in coverage.

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