2019 NFL Draft: Wide receiver prospects for the Ravens
What can be said about N’Keal Harry that I haven’t already spewed out of my mouth? Well, it doesn’t matter to me, because I can gush all day about this kid. After all, Harry might just be the top wide receiver prospect in the 2019 NFL Draft.
The 2019 NFL Draft has tons to offer at the wide receiver spot, but when it comes to naming an alpha among the rest, people often struggle to separate the bunch. However, N’Keal Harry seems to always find his way into that conversation. Sure, Marquise “Hollywood” Brown and D.K. Metcalf (more on him later) are popular names, but Harry is more often than not considered the true WR1 for the 2019 NFL Draft class.
The Baltimore Ravens would love to add the services of N’Keal Harry to their lackluster receiver core. Harry would immediately be the top-dog for the team, as his youth and talent are far superior to anyone currently on the roster. Harry, who just turned 21-years old in December, will have a longtime to establish chemistry with second-year quarterback Lamar Jackson. Those two could become best friends and become a force the Ravens have never seen from any QB-WR duo.
With the 22nd overall pick, Harry is more than an ideal and perfect selection. It’s Harry’s incredible ability to create yards with the ball in his hands that makes him so remarkable. When the ball is in his hands, anything seems possible. The Ravens need a youth movement and talent influx at wide receiver (like we haven’t heard that before…) and Harry fits the mold.