Does the production match the traits?
The answer to this question is yeah buddy. Mims has two 1,000 yard seasons on his resume. He scored 28 touchdowns over the last three seasons. He’s coming off a season with 66 receptions, 1,020 yards and 12 touchdowns. In 2017 he hauled in 61 passes and averaged over 17 yards per catch. His career average per reception is 15.7 yards. Can you imagine the big plays the Ravens could produce with Mims on one side, Brown on the other and Mark Andrews in the middle of the field. It would be a trio that could match the firepower of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Here you have a true superstar wide receiver from one of the most pass happy attacks in College Football. The traits aren’t hard to find. It doesn’t take a ton of tape watching to understand that Mims has the tools that make superstar wide receivers. I look at Mims and I see what could potentially be Michael Thomas. I see a battle tested prospect with a high floor and a player whose potential is so great he may not even have a ceiling. With Mims, there is more than a safe bet that you’re getting a good player.
Mims is a player that’s easy to scout. He’s a play-maker who has a chance to be a star at the next level. Of the receivers outside of the consensus top three, Mims seems to be the safest pick. Everything he showed at Baylor made it clear that he could easily become a perennial member of the Pro Bowl. If he is on the board when the Ravens are on the clock they must the pick in immediately. He’s a player that the Ravens can’t pass up on. Mims could be the last thing Jackson needs to get over the hump in the NFL playoffs.