11. Terrace Marshall Jr. (WR) Panthers
Marshall is only 22 but he's hella tired of waiting to win games, something that hasn't happened nor will happen any time soon as long as he stays in Carolina playing for the Panthers.
After getting drafted in the second round of the 2021 draft, Marshall is already looking for a way out of his current, depleted, tanking, straight-horrible team.
"[Marshall] is a buy-low candidate with some upside, yet, he really doesn’t address any specific need for the Ravens beyond pacifying their fans’ insatiable desire to be in on every receiver available," Zrebiec pointed out.
The Ravens are loaded at wide receiver, but considering how extremely young Marshall is they might entertain a trade looking at the present but mostly at the future of the pass-catching unit.
With a trade demand in place, or at least some room given by Carolina to the youngster so he can freely explore trade options that benefit all parties, the Panthers could have lost some leverage and Marshall might be available for a reasonably low price.