2020 NFL Draft: Ravens Receiver-Only Seven-Round Mock Draft

When the 2020 NFL Draft begins April 23, the Baltimore Ravens will look to fill several key holes on the roster. While they have added players in free agency, one area of need they still need to address is wide receiver. The Ravens have nine draft picks in 2020, so what if they decided to fix the receiver problem once and for all? Here are three receivers they could draft with each selection.

Round 1, Pick 28
Might Be: Jalen Reagor, TCU
Could Be: Justin Jefferson, LSU
Should Be: Denzel Mims, Baylor

Round 2, Picks 55 and 60
Might Be: Donovan Peoples-Jones, Michigan
Could Be: Tee Higgins, Clemson
Should Be: Brandon Aiyuk, ASU
Bonus Maybe: K.J. Hamler, Penn State

Round 3, Pick 92
Might Be: Van Jefferson, Florida
Could Be: Quartney Davis, Texas A&M
Should Be: Bryan Edwards, South Carolina

Round 3, Pick 106
Might Be: Quintez Cephus, Wisconsin
Could Be: K.J. Hill, Ohio State
Should Be: Michael Pittman Jr., USC

Round 4, Picks 129 and 134
Might Be: Gabriel Davis, Central Florida
Could Be: Collin Johnson, Texas
Should Be: Tyler Johnson, Minnesota

Round 5, Pick 157
Might Be: Isaiah Hodgins, Oregon State
Could Be: Antonio Gandy-Golden, Liberty
Should Be: Lynn Bowden Jr., Kentucky

Round 7, Pick 225
Might Be: Jeff Thomas, Miami (Fla.)
Could Be: Kendrick Rogers, Texas A&M
Should Be: Joe Reed, Virginia

Some Notes:

  • Overall, this year’s wide receiver crop is not as deep as the 2019 class.
  • In the top four rounds, you can get receivers who can make an impact right away in the right situation.
  • Speed is not the strongest aspect of this class.

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Baylor Athletics

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