3 wide receivers the Ravens could target at No. 28 in the 2020 NFL Draft

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The Baltimore Ravens proved in 2019 that they are putting together one of the best offenses in the NFL, with Lamar Jackson producing an MVP season. While the offense provided optimism, the Ravens could use another wide receiver in the aerial attack.

Last offseason, Baltimore selected Marquise Brown in the first round, giving Jackson a vertical threat. Besides Brown though, the Ravens relied on Willie Snead to be the team’s No. 2 wide receiver.

On the other hand, Baltimore tends to utilize their tight ends in their passing game more often than other teams, with their tight ends accounting for 125 receptions in 2019. Still, adding another receiver would benefit the development of Jackson moving forward.

Fortunately for Baltimore, this year’s draft class of wide receivers gives them an endless amount of options to choose from. In light of that, here are three wide receivers the Ravens could target at No. 28 in the 2020 NFL Draft.


  1. Kenneth Murray will be taken by the Ravens if on the board at the 28th pick. Ravens will not pass him up. Defensive game changer that fills a big void left by CJ Mosely.

  2. Wow -no Denzel Mims from Baylor . 6’3 runs a 4’3 . He check the box of tall wr along with fast too.

  3. I doubt Higgins will be in the mix for them. They use their TEs as their big body receivers, the outside guys they want speed. Higgins doesnt bring much.

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