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Round-By-Round Wide Receiver Options For Ravens In 2017 NFL Draft

March 20, 2017
When the 2017 NFL Draft begins in Philadelphia April 27, the Baltimore Ravens will look to fill several key holes on the roster. While they've added players in free agency, one area of need they've yet to address is the wide receiver position. The Ravens have seven draft picks in 2017, so what if they decided to fix the wideout problem once and for all? Here are three wide receivers they could draft with each selection.

Round 1, Pick 16 
Might Be: John Ross, Washington 
Could Be: Mike Williams, Clemson 
Should Be: Corey Davis, Western Michigan

Round 2, Pick 47 
Might Be: Zay Jones, East Carolina 
Could Be: Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington
Should Be: Chris Godwin, Penn State

Round 3, Pick 78 
Might Be: JuJu Smith-Schuster, USC
Could Be: ArDarius Stewart, Alabama
Should Be: Carlos Henderson, Louisiana Tech

Round 3, Pick 99 
Might Be: Amara Darboh, Michigan 
Could Be: Malachi Dupre, LSU
Should Be: Taywan Taylor, Western Kentucky

Round 4, Pick 123
Might Be: Isaiah Ford, Virginia Tech
Could Be: Kenny Golladay, Northern Illinois
Should Be: Dede Westbrook, Oklahoma

Round 5, Pick 159
Might Be: Shelton Gibson, West Virginia
Could Be: KD Cannon, Baylor
Should Be: Artavis Scott, Clemson

Round 6, Pick 186 
Might Be: Amba Etta-Tawo, Syracuse
Could Be: Robert Davis, Georgia State
Should Be: Ryan Switzer, North Carolina

Some Notes: 

In any round of the 2017 NFL Draft, there is quality to be found at the wide receiver position. The second and third rounds have guys who are very intriguing. I would love to see Henderson and/or Taylor in purple next year. Switzer in the sixth could be a Julian Edelman-type receiver in the NFL.