Ranking 5 prospects Baltimore Ravens are likely to draft at 22
1. Is Zay Flowers the next Baltimore Ravens wide receiver?
There is a real debate between Zay Flowers and Jordan Addison and which one would be the best fit. Addison is taller, but Flowers is thicker. Both of them produced, although Addison was better in 2021, Flowers was better in 2022. They also both would fill the same role as the Z wideout who moves in and out of the slot but can attack all three levels of the field.
If anything, there is a better chance that Zay Flowers is still on the board at pick 22. He does not have the Biletnikoff award behind him to bump up his stock. Still, he is continually wowing coaches, and scouts, and went from a surefire second-round pick to a fringe first-rounder.
As Flowers is rising to the top 20, Addison fell from the top 10 closer to the top 20. It makes them both right in the range, and it is fair to think Baltimore will draft one of the other. For tiebreaker purposes, we have Flowers one because his draft stock is currently lower.