Baltimore Ravens Draft Recap
Today, we will be continuing our look at every team’s 2020 NFL draft class.The 2020 NFL Draft has come and gone, and 255 collegiate athletes have fulfilled their lifelong dream of hearing their name called to join an NFL roster. In this series, we will be looking at each NFL team’s individual draft and reviewing just how well the team did at adding the next wave of talent to their roster.
For part three of this series, we will be looking at the AFC North’s Baltimore Ravens.
1st Round, Pick 28: Patrick Queen, Linebacker, LSU
2nd Round, Pick...
With the early declaration period less than two weeks away, the 2020 NFL Draft class is beginning to take shape. Which naturally has led to some extreme hot takes in the TwitterVerse.
This is one of the more entertaining periods of the year. As evaluators, it is our duty to find the truth! And that is just what I intend to do. In the ever changing NFL Draft landscape, it is time to get down to the nitty gritty.
Let the hot takes fly! It’s time to get the extinguisher out and ready. Let’s put out some fires.
Before I get started with some potential fits for teams in the NFL Playoffs, a couple criteria: If I'm going to suggest a player that could fit on the Ravens, they'll have to realistically be there at (likely) towards the end of the first round. Chase Young isn't going to Baltimore as the franchise picks near the end of the round due to the NFL Playoffs. Let's get started with the AFC.
The Titans have a couple places they could go. With Derrick Henry becoming a free agent after this season, picking a running back is a possible but...
The running back position is stacked this year. The talent at the top is phenomenal and people will have differing opinions on the class until the draft is over. With big names from big schools, people all over the country know the names of the top five running backs, so let’s look at what makes them so special.
*Disclaimer*: I am ranking these players based off talent, injuries and other red flags will be factored into my final grade, but for now I am not taking them into account.
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Each year, folks in the draft community tend to gravitate towards offensive players that can make the big play. The positions of wide receiver and running back are two of those positions. One year, there might be an incredible running back class but a wide receiver class lacking talent, and vice versa. We don’t often get the privilege of seeing a year loaded with this much talent. However, this year isn’t like other. With stars at the top and good players throughout, there is no shortage of playmakers in the 2020 NFL Draft. If you are a fan of...