Ranking 5 prospects Baltimore Ravens are likely to draft at 22

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Baltimore Ravens, Jordan Addison
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2. Baltimore Ravens may draft Jordan Addison

It is not quite the same as playing for the Terps, but with Jordan Addison being from Frederick, Maryland, he can get the same hometown love if he does end up back in Maryland. The reality is that just like Banks it is about more than a homecoming, it is about how much of a fit that is.

The Baltimore Ravens need wide receiver help, I am not blowing anyone away by claiming that. Jordan Addison was the best wide receiver in college football in 2021. He transferred to USC and dealt with some injuries, and changes to the offense, so he did not improve on those numbers.

Still, he held things down and proved that while he may not have been a top-ten lock, he is a great option for the Baltimore Ravens at pick-22. Addison is a bit on the smaller size, but you would not know it the way he fights for the football and goes up to get it

He gets Devonta Smith comparisons because of his start-stop, and then his ability to hang in the air and track down balls, despite being taller and thinner. The Ravens would love a Devonta Smith-level prospect right now, even if he is technically best as a second option to A.J. Brown. Addison is not an elite one, but is a huge upgrade, and maybe the best wide receiver in the class.