Breshad Perriman: 3 Reasons He Can Have Breakout 2017
Breshad Perriman was the Ravens’ first round pick in 2015. He still has potential to be a breakout star:
Breshad Perriman hasn’t been what the Ravens were hoping for when they took him with the 27th pick in the 2015 season. Perriman was injured for his entire rookie season. In 2016 he made some plays, but was clearly a work in progress.
Perriman may have been rusty after being on the sidelines for his first season but John Harbaugh isn’t giving his going to give him any excuses. This was a quote from the Ravens head coach in an article by Ryan Mink on the team’s website:
"“”He has to be out there making a difference for us. Period. End of story,” Harbaugh said Tuesday at the NFL league meetings”."
I read this and thought, there is only one way to take this. The Ravens need Perriman to be the play-maker they drafted him to be. They have been patient, now it’s time for Perriman to be a game changer. His speed needs to translate into touchdowns and plays that win games.
Can Perriman have a breakout season? He absolutely can.