Baltimore Ravens First Round targets to keep Lamar Jackson around: Jordan Addison, WR, USC
Beyond going after offensive line, the Ravens could use another wide receiver. DeAndre Hopkins' name has been in plenty of rumors lately, which would give the Bills two big-name veterans in Beckham and Hopkins to entice Jackson to stick around.
But, the team still has to plan for the future, and neither Beckham nor Hopkins are going to be around for very long, assuming the latter is traded.
That's why targeting a guy like USC wide receiver Jordan Addison would be a phenomenal idea. Addison reminds many scouts of Tyler Lockett. He's smooth in his breaks and can find himself open more often than not, which is a great skill to have when working with a mobile quarterback like Jackson.
His play style would mesh well with Beckham, and Addison would learn a lot from the veteran. Beckham is the type who can work every level of the field, too, and helping groom and mentor Addison would be a huge benefit to the rookie.
Addison is sure-handed, works every level of the field naturally and would come in and make an impact immediately. He's a first-round talent, without a doubt. At no. 22, he'd be a sure thing.