4. RB Kenny Mcintosh
Georgia does not really have a receiver that can help the Ravens but they do have a running back that could be a valuable member of a rotation in Baltimore. Even with a new offensive coordinator, running the ball is still going to be a big part of the Ravens’ identity as long as Lamar Jackson is in town. Adding to the running back room is paramount.
J.K. Dobbins is as good as anyone when he is healthy but he has not been able to stay on the field. Gus Edwards is a solid no. 2 but like Dobbins, has not shown the ability to consistently stay on the field.
Plus, both Dobbins and Edwards are free agents after the 2023 season and it would be shocking if they are brought back (unless they come back for cheap). Thus, getting a rookie running back in the room now to develop into a bigger role in 2024 is the smartest route to go.
Kenny Mcintosh would be a fifth-round target for the Ravens with PFF ranking him as the 180th-best prospect in the draft (Baltimore picks at 159 in the fifth round). While he may take time to develop as a runner, his ability to catch passes out of the backfield would instantly make him a weapon to utilize in his rookie season.
A good way to make up for a potentially thin wide receiver room is by having weapons elsewhere. The team has weapons at tight end and could add a really fun passing weapon to the running back room in Kenny Mcintosh.