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Round-By-Round Wide Receivers Options For Ravens In 2019 NFL Draft

March 13, 2019
It seems like each year, the Baltimore Ravens enter the NFL Draft looking for playmakers, especially at wide receiver. This year is no different.

The Ravens drafted two receivers in 2018: Jordan Lasley, who never saw the field, and Jaleel Scott, who spent the year on injured reserve. They cut Michael Crabtree and lost John Brown during free agency, so once again the team still needs to add some younger, long-term weapons.

So what if the Ravens decided to fix the wide receiver problem once and for all? Here are four receivers they could draft in every round:

- D.K. Metcalf, Mississippi (would have to trade up to get him)
- N'Keal Harry, Arizona State
- Marquise Brown, Oklahoma
- A.J. Brown, Mississippi

- Kelvin Harmon, NC State
- JJ Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford
- Deebo Samuel, South Carolina
- Hakeem Butler, Iowa State

- Miles Boykin, Notre Dame
- Emanuel Hall, Missouri
- Andy Isabella, UMass
- Terry McLaurin, Ohio State

- Jakobi Meyers, NC State
- Mecole Hardman, Georgia
- Lil'Jordan Humphrey, Texas
- DaMarkus Lodge, Mississippi

- David Sills V, West Virginia
- Penny Hart, Georgia State
- Jazz Ferguson, Northwestern State
- Stanley Morgan Jr., Nebraska

- Keelan Doss, UC Davis
- John Ursua, Hawaii
- Preston Williams, Colorado State
- KeeSean Johnson, Fresno StateĀ 

- Ashton Dulin, Malone College
- Olamide Zaccheaus, Virginia
- Cody Thompson, Toledo
- Jesper Horsted, Princeton (maybe best as a TE in the NFL)

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Ole Miss Athletics