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Dylan Laube

Dylan Laube

RB - Las Vegas Raiders

Height: 5' 10"Weight: 208 lbsAge: 24College: New Hampshire

2024 Outlook

Strength of Schedule
RB Rank: 15th
Draft Rank (ECR) #290
Best / Worst #230 / #357
ADP #266

Roster %


Dylan Laube spent five years at New Hampshire as their do-it-all running back, contributing through all facets of the offensive attack. Produced from the get-go with a 23% dominator rating, showcasing his early proficiency as a receiver with four receiving TDs and 259 receiving yards.

He capped off his collegiate career with back-to-back dominator ratings of 35% and 32% from 2022-2023 (both top-five marks in the class). In 2022, he imposed his will as a rusher with over 1,200 yards and 15 rushing scores. In 2023, Laube was more of a receiver with 68 catches for 708 yards on 88 targets.

The elite pass-catching production helps the 5-foot-10 and 206-pounder stand out among his draft-eligible peers and won't go unnoticed by NFL general managers.

His 1.52 10-yard split ranked above the 80th percentile and his 20-yard shuttle was one of the fastest recorded times since 1999 at 4.02 seconds (96th percentile).

Zamir White, Alexander Mattison, and Ameer Abdullah round out the current Raiders depth chart. If Laube (drafted in Round 6) can show out as a pass-catcher, we could see him usurp Abdullah in that role.

Laube has average burst. He's more quick than fast, but he gets up to top speed in a hurry. His quick feet and short-area agility are his strong suits as he is a one-speed runner. Solid jump cut and change of direction in the open field without losing much steam, but he gets caught from behind far too often. His pass game usage will be his calling card in the NFL. In two of the last three seasons, he has had 14.1% and 16.8% snap rates in the slot/out wide. He ran a variety of routes in college to the occasional wheel to check downs and lined up outside and was even asked to run go routes. Laube is a solid pass protector and should be able to carve out the passing-down role in a committee. He squares up defenders nicely and anchors well in pass pro. His leg strength shows up more here than it does when he is utilized as a rusher. Dynasty Outlook: Laube was drafted in round six of the NFL Draft as the Raiders' new RB4 on the depth chart and understudy to Ameer Abdullah as a passing-down complement to the ground game. Laube's receiving chops have been well-documented. His tackle-breaking metrics are snooze-worthy at best, but with his receiving skills, he's worth stashing on a taxi squad for at least a year.