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Fan On The Street: Which Ravens Draft Pick Will Have Biggest Impact?

May 15, 2015

PressBox asked a poll of readers a trending sports question. Their answers appear below.

Stan "The Fan" Charles posed a question on Facebook, asking fans which of the Baltimore Ravens' nine picks in the 2015 NFL Draft they think will have the biggest impact and why.

Ravens 2015: Breshad Perriman (press conference)
Photo Credit: Sabina Moran/PressBox

The Ravens' selections were wide receiver Breshad Perriman (Central Florida), tight end Maxx Williams (Minnesota), defensive tackle Carl Davis (Iowa), defensive end Za'Darius Smith (Kentucky), running back Javorius "Buck" Allen (USC), cornerback Tray Walker (Texas Southern), tight end Nick Boyle (Delaware), offensive guard Robert Myers (Tennessee State) and wide receiver Darren Waller (Georgia Tech).

Joseph Riley

Maxx Williams. The opportunity is there with Owen Daniels' departure, Dennis Pitta's health issues and returning players like Crockett Gillmore. Offensive coordinator Marc Trestman has a running history with tight ends, from Brent Jones to Martellus Bennett.

Johnny Provenza

It's going to be feast or famine with Perriman. He has great upside with size and speed, but can he be a reliable pass catcher at this level?

Jeffrey Schiffman

Williams looks like the best move of the draft for the Ravens, especially since it appears they snaked him away from the Steelers.

Bruce E. Goodman

Maxx Williams. I don't see how Dennis Pitta can come back from those two hip injuries, and you know how much Joe Flacco likes throwing to tight ends, especially on third down. As for Perriman, I think everyone is waiting to see if he can overcome his case of the "dropsies." Nobody knows enough about the other draft picks. 

Issue 209: May 2015