Ranking 4 wide receivers Baltimore Ravens must draft round 1

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Baltimore Ravens, Jordan Addison
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2. Should Baltimore Ravens bring Jordan Addison back home?

Jordan Addison comes from the DMV area, and once was going to commit to Maryland before Pittsburgh stole him away. Still, he left Pitt after a Biletnikoff season for the best wide recever in the country. He was not quite that at USC, but what did happen at USC was he became a complete wideout.

Addison can move in and out of the slot. He was used down the field more at Pitt, but the Trojans asked him to work with the ball in his hands more. He showed well in both areas.

The one obvious question with Addison is his weight. He is rail thin under 180 pounds. We saw with Devonta Smith that this does not kill a career, but Smith is certainly better thanks to a big body like A.J. Brown. If Addison is a high-end number two, do they trust Rashad Bateman to make life easier for him? The speed of Bateman and the ability to take the top off combined with the wiggle and sudden play by Addison is a good combination.

Perhaps Addison could end up where he started his journey to the NFL.