2020 NFL Draft: Top prospects for Ravens after CFB regular season

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN - NOVEMBER 30: J.K. Dobbins #2 of the Ohio State Buckeyes runs for a fourth quarter touchdown while playing the Michigan Wolverines at Michigan Stadium on November 30, 2019 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Ohio State won the game 56-27. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN - NOVEMBER 30: J.K. Dobbins #2 of the Ohio State Buckeyes runs for a fourth quarter touchdown while playing the Michigan Wolverines at Michigan Stadium on November 30, 2019 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Ohio State won the game 56-27. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) /
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MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA – OCTOBER 26: Antoine Winfield Jr. #11 of the Minnesota Gophers looks on during the game against the Maryland Terrapins at TCF Bank Stadium on October 26, 2019, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Gophers defeated the Terrapins 52-10. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)
MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA – OCTOBER 26: Antoine Winfield Jr. #11 of the Minnesota Gophers looks on during the game against the Maryland Terrapins at TCF Bank Stadium on October 26, 2019, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Gophers defeated the Terrapins 52-10. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images) /

Day three:

Day three of the 2020 NFL Draft gets interesting with some productive defensive players like Miami FL.’s Shaquille Quarterman. Quarterman isn’t the biggest kid in the room (6’1″ 240-lbs.), but he’s a hard-hitting linebacker who makes plays behind the line of scrimmage consistently (46.5 career TFLs).

Californa’s Evan Weaver is another strong leader on defense with the production to match his reputation. Georgia’s Richard LeCounte joins him as day three studs at the safety position. There’s corner depth to add as well in guys like Chase Lucas (Arizona State), Antoine Winfield Jr. (Minnesota), Damon Arnette (Ohio State), and Bryce Hall (Virginia).

Hall would be one of the biggest steals on the 2020 NFL Draft if he could find a way to remain healthy. Hall has the size (6’1″ 200-lbs.) that the Baltimore Ravens desire in their cornerbacks, as well as some ball skills to entice (five interceptions, 38 pass defends in 42 games).

There are still some solid wide receivers to target via Devin Duvernay (Texas) and Aaron Fuller (Washington). Ke’Shawn Vaughn (Vanderbilt) and Lamichal Perine (Florida) are good running back options to add to their backfield, while Boston College’s A.J. Dillon brings a massive build (6’0″ 250-lbs.) and punishing running-style to compliment the Ravens offense. A backfield featuring Lamar Jackson, Mark Ingram, Gus Edwards, Justice Hill, and Dillon is unfair.

dark. Next. Baltimore Ravens offense has some house-cleaning to do

Overall, the 2020 NFL Draft is a deep one, albeit with limited elite-level talent. The Baltimore Ravens have a slew of different directions to go and add talent to a loaded roster.

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