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VIDEO: Hunter Renfrow Las Vegas Raiders WR Full Interview

Scott Gulbransen
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Hunter Renfrow visited Las Vegas for the first time last week and we were granted an exclusive interview with him.

Last week we brought you a portion of a video interview we did with Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow on his first trip to Las Vegas. In town to promote the importance of eating a healthy breakfast to local high school students, Renfrow talked with us about his community work but also talked some football.

After a successful rookie season where he grabbed 49 receptions for 605 yards and 4 touchdowns in 13 games, Renfrow shared with us what he learned during his rookie campaign.

Renfrow also talks about Derek Carr, the Raiders offense, and what one thing he must do in order to get better in 2020.

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Watch our full interview with Hunter Renfrow as the Raiders WR visited Las Vegas for the first time last week.

Strolling into the front door of Rancho High School early last 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.