With Round 1 of the NFL Draft in the books, we take a look at who the Baltimore Ravens could select with their four Day 2 picks.
Day one is in the books, and the Baltimore Ravens got their man in Patrick Queen. Oklahoma’s Kenneth Murray stayed on the board longer than anticipated, but the Ravens managed to survive a few potential suitors for Queen and had him fall right into their lap at 28th overall.
With Jordyn Brooks jumping Queen at 27, the linebacker picture on Day 2 figures to be unpredictable, making the Queen pick that much better. Baltimore doesn’t have to worry about missing out or overpaying to trade up and ensure they leave with a starting-caliber linebacker. Queen is a plug-and-play three-down linebacker gives the Ravens just about everything at the position apart from being a true “thumper” in the running game.
Now we turn to Day 2. While common Ravens Day 2 target Clyde Edwards-Helaire went off the board in Round 1 to the Chiefs, there are still plenty of names to get excited about. With that being said, let’s take a lock at what Day 2 could look like.