2. Skyy Moore
Western Michigan’s Skyy Moore also projects as a promising impact player in the right scheme, and the Ravens would likely have to use their 45th pick to take him off the board.
His upside is firmly WR2 with the ability to move around the formation and serve as a chain mover on intermediate routes, as Moore has above average route-running skills along with reliable hands.
Moore can play either on the inside or outside but doesn’t have as much explosion or athleticism compared to other receivers in his class, and that lowers his ceiling quite a bit.
In 12 games in 2021, Moore recorded 95 catches for 1,292 yards and ten touchdowns, averaging 13.6 yards per catch. He can clearly rack up the yards and would get a healthy start to his career under the accurate arm of Lamar Jackson.
There’s not a lot to knock on Moore’s starting receiver potential, and like Watson, he will be a highly coveted target for many teams (he’s commonly mocked to the Indianapolis Colts and Chicago Bears, both of whom pick before Baltimore).