1. Dorian Thompson-Robinson, QB, UCLA
Dorian Thompson-Robinson feels like the perfect hedge for the Baltimore Ravens. He puts them in a spot where they do not have to admit whether they are not all-in on Lamar Jackson, but he at least gives them a legitimate option if things do not go well with Lamar Jackson.
If the Ravens traded up for Anthony Richardson, it would be obvious, and if they did not address the position at all, they would really need him to come back. If they had DTR and Tyler Huntley, they could at least posture and show Lamar Jackson that they will go into the 2023 season with those two if they absolutely have to.
DTR did not run exactly the same scheme, but he can scramble and create. His best role is a backup, and if the team had to turn to Tyler Huntley, they could at least feel good about DTR behind him, who should be more competent than Anthony Brown. Thompson-Robinson falling to day three would be ideal for the Ravens.