7-Round Mock Draft: Baltimore Ravens fill needs, help the offense
By Mike Reid
The Ravens will most likely take their shot at a potential WR1 in this draft, and N’Keal Harry has all the tools to become the #1 receiver the team desperately needs. He is big, physical, and most importantly, a play-maker. Coming in at 6’2″ 228 pounds, Harry would give Lamar Jackson with a big target to throw to. With a large catch radius and the ability to make tough contested catches, Harry will certainly help Jackson as he still continues to improve his accuracy. Using his strength to body up defensive backs and blocking down field is another positive to Harry’s game. His long speed was questioned, but after running a 4.53 40-yard dash at the combine Harry showed he has enough speed to be a top receiver in an offense.
Harry’s size, alignment versatility, and yards after catch ability reminds me of division rival, JuJu Smith-Schuster. He also plays with a swagger and toughness that fits the Ravens mold. If Harry is available at pick 22, he would be a no-brainer selection.