Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (5) scores on a 1-yard run early in the fourth quarter. against Miami in the Russell Athletic Bowl at the Florida
Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (5) scores on a 1-yard run early in the fourth quarter. against Miami in the Russell Athletic Bowl at the Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium in Orlando, Fla., on Saturday, Dec. 28, 2013. Louisville won, 36-9. (Al Diaz/Miami Herald/MCT)

Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater is considered by some as the best prospect among a deep class of quarterbacks in this year's NFL draft. The Raiders just might feel the same way, given they interviewed Bridgewater at the NFL scouting combine.

Bridgewater said Saturday during an interview session with media at the scouting combine in Indianapolis that he feels as if Raiders owner Mark Davis and general manager Reggie McKenzie liked him based on their meeting.

The Raiders finished the season with two inexperienced quarterbacks on their roster — third-year player Terrelle Pryor and undrafted rookie Matt McGloin. They since have signed veteran Trent Edwards.

Even so, McKenzie and coach Dennis Allen admit that the Raiders are far from set at quarterback.

"That's one of the things we've got to ultimately determine," Allen said during his media session in Indianapolis on Thursday. "That's a position that we're going to look at very closely.

"We've got two young quarterbacks that have potential. Hopefully they can develop and reach that next step, but that's obviously a position that we've got to look at."

Hence, the Raiders already met with Bridgewater and likely will meet with several more, if not all, of the top quarterback prospects before the combine ends next week.

That list includes Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel, Fresno State's Derek Carr, Central Florida's Blake Bortles and Eastern Illinois' Jimmy Garoppolo.

The Raiders own the rights to the No. 5 pick in the NFL draft in May. They are assured of having a shot at one of the aforementioned quarterbacks.

Bridgewater, Manziel and Bortles are on record as saying they feel as if they are worthy of being taken by the Houston Texans at No. 1.

"Oh, yes, no doubt, I feel that I'm the best quarterback in the draft," Bridgewater said Saturday.

Allen said he isn't sure if the Raiders starting quarterback is on his roster right now.

"I don't know the answer to that yet," Allen said. " ...The quarterback position is the backbone of your football team, so we have to make sure that when we go out there this year that we've put ourselves in the best position to have success with the quarterback position."