3 players Ravens could trade down for in second round of 2024 NFL Draft

The Ravens might do well to move down
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1. Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan

The Ravens' ideal receiver at this point in the draft might be an electric player who sets himself apart with quality route-running and great hands. Wilson's player profile is the archetype everyone is looking for, only with even more speed than most receivers in this range.

Wilson would help add more verticality and downfield playmaking to the Ravens. While he doesn't have the greatest YAC skill, playing alongside a more creative passing game mind like Todd Monken might be all he needs to unlock that hidden skill and last in the pros.

Roman Wilson could be a playmaker for the Baltimore Ravens

Wilson's ability to stop and start both with and without the ball in his hands is exemplary, and he has a solid catch radius for a player his size. The Ravens won't need to think too long and hard about how to find ways to get him on the field and maximize his complete skill set.

Wilson could instantly slot in as the No. 3 wide receiver in Baltimore, becoming the WR2 if he proved to be a better option than Rashod Bateman. Even if Bateman plays well, the Ravens need to add to their wide receiver room if they want keep up with the rest of the AFC.