Baltimore Ravens Mock Draft 2.0: Do Ravens draft a Quarterback?

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Cory Trice, Baltimore Ravens
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Baltimore Ravens Round 3, Pick 86: Cory Trice, CB, Purdue

Everyone seems to agree that while quarterback may be the messiest position, the two biggest needs outside of that fiasco are wide receiver and cornerback. If the board breaks a certain way the Ravens could address quarterback, but they currently still hold the franchise tag over Lamar Jackson, and he currently is their guy.

With that being the case, the Baltimore Ravens fix their two biggest needs, going wide receiver early, then going with wide receiver. Cory Trice is a player that the Ravens have shown interest in, and brought in for a pre-draft visit.

He checks a lot of boxes that NFL teams want. Trice is tall, long, and fast. He also can move fluidly, which is impressive.

In our NFL draft profile, we compared him to Benjamin St. Juste, who played outside in college but became a solid slot in the NFL.

Cory Trice has the same body type, and could do well in Baltimore as he could play outside, but also slide inside and replace Kyle Hamilton, who is moving to strong safety. Trice was once regarded as a day three pick, but with the combination of his pre-draft workouts, he is impressing teams, and now has himself as a day two pick for the Baltimore Ravens.