Latavius Murray

Latavius Murray is the starting runningback for the Oakland Raiders. He played college football at The University of Central Florida and was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the 6th round, 181st overall of the 2013 NFL Draft. Murray became the first Raider to reach the 1000-yard mark rushing, since Darren McFadden in 2010. He was selected to the Pro Bowl for the 2015 season. At UCF, he was an All-C-USA First Team selection as a senior, team MVP as a junior, Conference USA Championship MVP and AutoZone Liberty Bowl MVP as a sophomore. He was born in Titusville, Florida and is the son of Paul Murray and Tawanna Wright. Murray earned three letters under coach Jason Ryan at Onondaga Central High School and Named the 2007 Gatorade Football Player of the Year in the state of the New York by Rise Magazine.

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