Possible ripple effects from Ravens signing Odell Beckham Jr.: Baltimore drafts a complimentary WR
We have already established the fact that the Ravens' depth chart is far from finished at wide receiver. James Proche, Devin Duvernay and Tylan Wallace are far from sure things on this roster. If Jackson is coming to play in 2023, then the Ravens have to do everything they can to surround him with the most talent they possibly can.
For that reason, another ripple effect could be that Baltimore chooses to draft a wide receiver in the middle rounds. There are a ton of possibilities here, and plenty who could wind up making an impact as either the WR3 or WR4 if they were to pan out.
One such player is Nebraska's Trey Palmer (pictured above). At 6-feet, 192lbs and a guy who can run a 4.33, Palmer fits a similar profile as that of Jackson's former teammate, Marquise Hollywood Brown. He's blistering fast and, while he's still a bit raw, could become a weapon for this offense.
Other mid-round receivers to keep in mind include: Tennessee's Cedric Tillman, Michigan State's Jayden Reed, Oklahoma's Marvin Mims, LSU's Kayshon Boutte, and Wake Forest's A.T. Perry.