Second-year Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow was in Las Vegas this week to talk to local high school kids about the importance of eating a good breakfast, football, and the future of the NFL team in Nevada.
Strolling into the front door of Rancho High School early Thursday morning, Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow was easily confused with many of the students walking the halls.
Renfrow, whose boyish appearance makes him look younger than his 24 years, was visiting the school as part of the celebration of National School Breakfast Week. Representing the Dairy Council of Nevada, Renfrow spoke to students about his own struggle to understand the importance of eating a good breakfast and to encourage them to eat well early.
The event builds on the Raiders involvement in the Las Vegas community as their new home. In January, as the team officially became the Las Vegas Raiders, the organization donated $500,000 toward eliminating meal debt through the Nevada Community Foundation. Nevada schools are working directly with the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs, a federally-funded assisted meals program, to improve nutrition for school-aged kids.
In addition to talking in the video with Hunter Renfrow about this great cause, we also talked football. You can catch the full interview with Renfrow on our CBS Sports Radio 1140 show on Sunday from 8-10 AM PT, nationwide via the free Radio.com app. You can also stream our live video simulcast on our YouTube channel. Subscribe and don’t forget to hit “notifications,” then the “bell,” then “ALL” so you never miss our videos.
In the interview Renfrow tells us about:
- His thoughts on moving to Las Vegas and what it means to the Raiders
- About the Las Vegas Raiders offense
- Tells us what his biggest lesson was his rookie season
- What he thinks it will take for him to become a more complete football player.
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