Ranking 5 best wide receiver options for Ravens in 2024 NFL Draft

The Ravens still need to add more wide receivers.
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1. Brian Thomas Jr, LSU

While Worthy crushed it at the NFL Combine thanks to his record-setting gallop, Thomas may have had the better overall workout in totality. Running a 4.34 40-yard dash at 6-3 and 210 pounds made him such a valuable player that Baltimore will assuredly need to trade up if they want him.

The big question surrounding Thomas is how much of his tremendous production was a result of his own skills and how much was lining up next to Malik Nabers while Jayden Daniels threw him the ball. Given his physicality, hands, and vertical speed, Thomas would have been just fine on any team.

Brian Thomas Jr. could be ideal for the Baltimore Ravens

Thomas is such an impressive prospect that he could end up as the No. 1 receiver over Flowers in just a few years. His catch radius would be the best of any wide receiver on the team the second he arrives in Baltimore, and that could help him overcome the fact he ran a limited route tree in college.

The Ravens value their mid-round picks, and they will need them to move to get Thomas. However, with Derrick Henry in town for two seasons and Jackson in his prime, the Ravens might need to pull out all the stops to add a player like Thomas and make a run at a championship.