Alton Robinson has the tools to be a star edge rusher if he’s developed properly. Robinson flashed during his stint with the Syracuse Orange and could sneak into late-day two because of it. The Baltimore Ravens instead snag him up at the start of day three and can add him to their pass-rushing rotation, where he can take his time to develop into his potential.
If you like big-receivers who play above the rim then you’re going to love Michael Pittman Jr. During his time at USC, Pittman Jr. played with some solid quarterbacks but made their lives easier by using his big-size to go up and snatch balls away from defenders. For the Ravens, Pittman Jr. gives them a much-needed red-zone receiver who can box-out with ease. Pittman Jr. looks like a guy who can catch five-or-six touchdowns annually with ease.
Harrison Hand is a really nice chess piece for Baltimore to flex throughout their defense. Hand is physical as a cover man, something we saw in former Temple cornerback Rock Ya-Sin, but excels in zone coverage. The Ravens will like Hand’s ability to flex between corner and safety and gives them some depth in the event that Tavon Young gets injured.