Let’s take a look at Ravens rookies and decide who they kind of remind us of. These are the most comparable players in Ravens history for the Ravens ten 2020 NFL Draft picks:
What should we think about the Baltimore Ravens rookies? When you’re looking at NFL Draft prospects one of the most important things you can do is to compare him to other NFL players. Player comps are a helpful way for us to project what a player will do in the NFL. If he reminds you of a former star, there is a reason it came to your mind. I thought it would be fun to do a player comparison for every rookie in the Ravens 2020 NFL Draft class. There’s a twist.
Instead of finding the perfect player comp for each player today, we’re looking at the best fitting comparison to a player from the Ravens past. Some rookies had a perfect fitting comp. Some players I had a hard time finding a comp for. Some of the rookies have a chance to outshine their counterparts from Ravens past. Others can’t possibly be expected to surpass the legend that I matched them with. By saying that a player reminds me of somebody from Ravens history, I am not saying they are going to have the same career as their comp. I am however saying, that is the mold that they fit. What they do with it is entirely up to the rookies. Their adventure starts now.
The things I looked to match the most were measurable traits. Things like a player’s frame, speed, quickness, and attributes like this were the bulk of the comparison. Playing style and intangibles played into this just like they do in every player comp. It’s worth noting that this is more of an art than a science and it’s subjective. It’s quite possible that we could have two different comps for the same player and neither of us would technically be wrong. So let’s get right into it with the Ravens first-round pick, Patrick Queen.