Dallas Cowboys: Zack Martin
Quenton Nelson is the league’s best offensive lineman, but Zack Martin isn’t too terribly far behind him. Martin has been as consistently dominant as they come, making the All-Pro list in each of his first six seasons. Martin would give the Ravens steady and reliable play while anchoring the interior of their line.
New York Giants: Saquon Barkley
No, the Ravens don’t need a running back at all. With that being said, Saquon Barkley is one of the freakiest running backs the league has ever seen in its history. Barkley and Lamar Jackson is a duo no defense can defend, and he’s a heckuva pass catcher on top of his rushing prowess.
Philadelphia Eagles: Fletcher Cox
Fletcher Cox may not be a stat stuffer, but my goodness is he unstoppable from the interior of the defensive line. Cox has been one of the NFL’s best defensive tackles for years and would still have that crown if not for a dude named Aaron Donald. Cox stuffs the run and collapses the pocket well, two things the Ravens need to improve at in 2020.
Washington Football Team: Chase Young
It may be premature to add a rookie from a team with literally 50 other players who have at least played a down in the league, but Chase Young is just different. “The Predator” (amazing nickname) was unstoppable for the Ohio State Buckeyes in 2019 and looked to be one of the cleanest defensive prospects of the last decade. He’s going to be a great pro, so just stash him away now.