Ravens Draft: 3 mid-round WRs to compliment Odell Beckham Jr.

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Wide receivers the Ravens could add in the 2023 NFL Draft to compliment Odell Beckham Jr.: Marvin Mims, Oklahoma

Sticking with the theme of pure, raw, speed, we now turn our attention to Oklahoma's Marvin. Mims, who is likley to hear his name called between Rounds 3-4. The 5-foot-11 former Sooner isn't quite as fast as Palmer, but he ran an electrifying 4.38 at the Combine.

Mims is one of those players who you will watch on tape and, at first, it looks like he could almost be running in slow motion. But, it's due to his long strides that allows him to give off that illusion. Mims' speed and elusiveness allows him to be a possible threat as a return man, too, but also gives him a chance to line up anywhere on offense.

Some stats don't tell the whole story, but one number that will always mean more than others when it comes to receivers is yards per reception. Over his entire college career, Mims averaged 19.5 yards per reception. That's a staggering number, and even more than TCU's Quentin Johnston, who notched 19.0 yards per catch.

Mims' route running is better than Palmers, allowing the Ravens to depend on him for a little more within the offense if need be. If he's there in the third, don't be surprised to see Baltimore shore up their playmakers on offense by selecting Mims.