Oakland waited until the fifth round to address the position, but McKenzie believes he's found an answer in DeAndre Washington out of Texas Tech.
"DeAndre, he's more than just a third-down back," McKenzie told KGMZ-FM in San Francisco, via the team's official website. "He can pound it up in there. The Raider Nation will find out fast just how physical he is."
While just 5-foot-8, Washington "is short but compact and certainly does not lack the toughness to transition into the NFL," per NFL Media's Lance Zierlein.
We asked on Tuesday's *Around The NFL Podcast* if the Raiders did enough to complement Murray, whose 4.0 yards per carry was a full 1.2 yards off his 2014 numbers. Murray brings size and speed to the game, but his 266 totes from last season aren't something the Raiders want to duplicate again, with McKenzie saying in March: "The way this league is with the pounding you're taking, you can't just have one guy getting beat up all year."
"We think he's a complete back, and when he gets out in space, he can make you look silly," McKenzie said. "He can catch the ball, but he can run between the tackles as well as bouncing it outside. We think he's the total package as a runner. We really like him."