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 they still need to address is EDGE (OLB/DE). The Ravens have nine draft picks in 2020, so what if they decided to fix the EDGE problem once and for all? Here are three EDGE players they could draft with each selection.

Round 1, Pick 28
Might Be: Zack Baun, Wisconsin
Could Be: Yetur Gross-Matos, Penn State
Should Be: A.J. Epenesa, Iowa

Round 2, Picks 55 and 60
Might Be: Curtis Weaver, Boise State
Could Be: Terrell Lewis, Alabama
Should Be: Josh Uche, Michigan
Bonus Maybe: Julian Okwara, Notre Dame

Round 3, Pick 92
Might Be: Khalid Kareem, Notre Dame
Could Be: Darrell Taylor, Tennessee
Should Be: Bradlee Anae, Utah

Round 3, Pick 106
Might Be: Nick Coe, Auburn
Could Be: Jonathan Greenard, Florida
Should Be: Kenny Willekes, Michigan State

Round 4, Picks 129 and 143
Might Be: Alton Robinson, Syracuse
Could Be: Jabari Zuniga, Florida
Should Be: Alex Highsmith, Charlotte

Round 5, Pick 170
Might Be: Trevon Hill, Miami
Could Be: D.J. Wonnum, South Carolina
Should Be: Anfernee Jennings, Alabama

Round 7, Pick 225
Might Be: Tipa Galea’i, Utah State
Could Be: Oluwole Betiku Jr., Illinois
Should Be: Trevis Gipson, Tulsa

Some Notes:

  • The first three rounds is the happy place in this year’s class. After the third round, you are getting situational players only.
  • At pick 28, a solid pass rusher will be available
  • EDGE isn’t the deepest position in the draft this year. Teams must strike early or not at all, in my opinion.

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