Round 4, 110th Overall, Ravens: Romeo Doubs, WR, Nevada
The wide receiver position isn’t a dire need this offseason, but the Ravens would still benefit from turning to the draft in search of additional depth. Nevada’s Romeo Doubs is an appealing option early on Day 3.
Doubs might just be the best pure deep threat in this class. At 6-foot-2, 201 pounds, Doubs provides an excellent blend of size and speed that he pairs with superb tracking skills.
He’s a player who can stretch the field with ease and keep defenses honest every time he’s on the field. While he’s underdeveloped as a route runner, Doubs has shown the ability to make plays after the catch leading many to believe there’s more to his game than just a pure deep threat.
Doubs can fill that Sammy Watkins role and provide additional depth in a very young Ravens wide receiver corps.
Round 4, 139th Overall, Ravens: Terrel Bernard, LB, Baylor
Perhaps the most under-the-radar need on the Ravens’ roster is at linebacker. I wouldn’t be mad if the team addressed this position on Day 2 or even Day 1, but in this scenario, we land a rock-solid Day 3 prospect in Baylor’s Terrel Bernard.
Bernard is undersized for the linebacker position standing at just 6-foot-1, 224 pounds. What he lacks in size, however, he makes up for with sideline-to-sideline speed and untapped coverage ability.
The 22-year-old Bernard has a hot motor and is always around the ball on defense. He was named a team captain as a senior with head coach Dave Aranda going as far as to call him “the heart, soul, and character” of that Baylor team.
Bernard is a spark plug who can make an immediate impact on special teams while providing much-needed depth at linebacker.