The Baltimore Ravens enter the 2020 NFL Draft with nine picks, including seven in the first four rounds. The Ravens will draft No. 28 overall in the first round after reaching the postseason but losing to the Tennessee Titans in the divisional round.
The Ravens traded away TE Hayden Hurst, mostly because of their depth at the position. Baltimore’s offense appears to be set with Mark Andrews, Marquise Brown and reigning NFL MVP QB Lamar Jackson. Mark Ingram is getting up there in age, but Gus Edwards and Justice Hill are both solid RBs behind the veteran. Ultimately, what the Ravens need in this draft is some help at LB and on the OL. You can never do bad in a draft shoring up both those positions, both spots the Ravens have drafted well at in the past.
We’ll be tracking their picks throughout the three days of the 2020 NFL Draft, as well as any trades they make between now and the end of Saturday.
Round 1, pick 28 (No. 28 overall): Patrick Queen, LB, LSU
Round 2, pick 23 (No. 55 overall): J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio State
Round 3, pick 7 (No. 71): Justin Madubuike, DT, Texas A&M
Round 3, pick 28 (No. 92): Devin Duvernay, WR, Texas
Round 3, pick 34 (No. 98): Malik Harrison, LB, Ohio State
Round 3, pick 42 (No. 106): Tyre Phillips, OT, Mississippi State
Round 4, pick 37 (No. 143): Ben Bredeson, OG, Michigan
Round 5, pick 25 (No. 170): Broderick Washington, Jr, DT, Texas Tech
Round 6, pick 22 (No. 201): James Proche, WR, SMU
Round 7, pick 5 (No. 219): Geno Stone, S, Iowa