Richard Bradshaw reacts to Chris’s Mock Draft:
If the Baltimore Ravens missed out on Kenneth Murray, Malik Harrison would be a heckuva consolation prize. Harrison is a terrific run defender and can be an absolute thumper. Harrison is a tone-setter that would be Baltimore’s top dog at linebacker from day one. There’s room to grow against the pass, but he’s got nowhere to go but up.
I’d love to see the Ravens find a way to add Bryan Edwards. Edwards is a more refined Miles Boykin who produces at all three areas of the field. Edwards put up solid numbers with below-average quarterback play at South Carolina and there’s little doubt he could set up a nice report with Lamar Jackson throwing him the football.
Chris Schisler reacts to Richard’s Mock Draft:
My favorite pick from Richard’s mock draft is Antoine Brooks, the safety out of Maryland. He’s a player I got to see a good bit over the years and I came into this draft class already a big fan of him. To get him so late is a steal. I also am quite keen on the Tee Higgins and Bryan Edwards double down at the wide receiver position. I think this shows there are a good number of ways to go about adding to the offense this year. Higgins is a player in particular that just seems to be a fit for the purple and black.
This is a draft class where the Ravens really should double down at wide receiver. Both mock drafts we presented you with took a pair of receivers. This receiver class is too strong not to shop it. There is an idea that Lamar Jackson doesn’t need elite receiver talent to be an MVP. That’s true. He was an MVP with a banged up Marquise Brown and a bunch of tight end talent. I keep saying imagine what the MVP could do with elite talent at wide receiver. It’s about time the Ravens had an embarrassment of riches at that position.