2019 NFL Draft: WR prospects for Ravens in each round
Round 1: N’Keal Harry
The first round of the 2019 NFL Draft has plenty of talented wide receivers to look at in round one. Whether or not the gym pictures scare you, D.K. Metcalf has a large claim to the top spot in this class. Marquise “Hollywood” Brown has the game-breaking speed that gives you flashbacks of DeSean Jackson in his prime. Other guys who have late-round one buzz are A.J. Brown and Kelvin Harmon.
For the Baltimore Ravens, Brown is enticing not only because of his speed, but because this is historically the type of receiver the team falls in love with. However, N’Keal Harry is your top-dog for the 2019 NFL Draft, and is the guy Baltimore should target. With his elite size at 6’4″ 213-lbs. and incredible skills with the ball in his hands, Harry gives the Ravens offense everything it needs to take the next step.
If you aren’t aware by now, I am the biggest N’Keal Harry fan in the whole-wide world. If you want further breakdowns of him, just go and check out some of my other 2019 NFL Draft articles and I guarantee you he’ll be mentioned. With that being said, I won’t waste too much breath spewing information I’ve said a million times.
The bottom line with Harry is he’s a big target with a large catch radius. This is something the Ravens need to add for Lamar Jackson as he grows and matures at quarterback. When you have a quarterback who struggles with accuracy, get him a big-body who can catch everything and let them build each other’s confidence and chemistry with each other. Harry is too smart of a pick here, and hopefully Baltimore and Eric DeCosta have learned from their past missteps and make Harry the pick.