By Matthew Stevens
The Senior Bowl has finished, leaving only the NFL scouting combine left to judge prospects live. With the Super Bowl coming up on Sunday to determine the final NFL draft order, it’s a great time to review another mock draft and get some names the Baltimore Ravens could be interested in.
To match the importance of the Super Bowl, Draft Wire’s Luke Easterling did his own seven-round mock draft. It hits all of Baltimore’s needs and introduces a few new names to the mix for fans to dig further into.
“The Lamar Jackson era has officially begun in Baltimore, and the Ravens need to build a better supporting cast around their new franchise quarterback. First on the list? Finding him a true No. 1 receiver, with the big frame and complete skill set Harry brings to the table.”
Expect to see nearly every mock draft have the Ravens taking a wide receiver. There’s not really any transcendent talent at wide receiver in this draft class, which has often led the top players to fall right into Baltimore’s lap at No. 22. While typically this is when we’d see the Ravens trade back — especially without a second-round selection — grabbing a player like Harry makes a ton of...