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Consensus Mock Draft - Post Combine - Pick 22 - Baltimore Ravens

WHO DO THEY PICK?  

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  1. 1. -FIRST CHOICE-

    • AJ Brown [ WR ] Mississippi
    • Chase Winovich [ EDGE ] Michigan
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    • Chris Lindstrom [ OG ] Boston College
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    • Cody Ford [ OT ] Oklahoma
    • D.K. Metcalf [ WR ] Mississippi
    • Dalton Risner [ OT ] Kansas State
    • Deandre Baker [ CB ] Georgia
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    • Dexter Lawrence [ DT ] Clemson
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    • Erik McCoy [ OC ] Texas A&M
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    • Garrett Bradbury [ OC ] NC State
    • Hakeem Butler [ WR ] Iowa State
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    • Jachai Polite [ EDGE ] Florida
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    • Jeffrey Simmons [ DT ] Mississippi State
    • Jerry Tillery [ DT ] Notre Dame
    • Josh Jacobs [ RB ] Alabama
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    • Mack Wilson [ LB ] Alabama
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    • Marquise Brown [ WR ] Oklahoma
    • N'Keal Harry [ WR ] Arizona State
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    • Nassir Adderley [ S ] Delaware
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    • Other (Please State)
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  2. 2. -SECOND CHOICE-

    • AJ Brown [ WR ] Mississippi
    • Chase Winovich [ EDGE ] Michigan
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    • Chris Lindstrom [ OG ] Boston College
    • Cody Ford [ OT ] Oklahoma
    • D.K. Metcalf [ WR ] Mississippi
    • Dalton Risner [ OT ] Kansas State
    • Deandre Baker [ CB ] Georgia
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    • Dexter Lawrence [ DT ] Clemson
    • Erik McCoy [ OC ] Texas A&M
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    • Garrett Bradbury [ OC ] NC State
    • Hakeem Butler [ WR ] Iowa State
    • Jachai Polite [ EDGE ] Florida
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    • Jeffrey Simmons [ DT ] Mississippi State
    • Jerry Tillery [ DT ] Notre Dame
    • Josh Jacobs [ RB ] Alabama
    • Mack Wilson [ LB ] Alabama
    • Marquise Brown [ WR ] Oklahoma
    • N'Keal Harry [ WR ] Arizona State
    • Nassir Adderley [ S ] Delaware
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    • Other (Please State)
  3. 3. -THIRD CHOICE-

    • AJ Brown [ WR ] Mississippi
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    • Chase Winovich [ EDGE ] Michigan
    • Chris Lindstrom [ OG ] Boston College
    • Cody Ford [ OT ] Oklahoma
    • D.K. Metcalf [ WR ] Mississippi
    • Dalton Risner [ OT ] Kansas State
    • Deandre Baker [ CB ] Georgia
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    • Dexter Lawrence [ DT ] Clemson
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    • Erik McCoy [ OC ] Texas A&M
    • Garrett Bradbury [ OC ] NC State
    • Hakeem Butler [ WR ] Iowa State
    • Jachai Polite [ EDGE ] Florida
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    • Jeffrey Simmons [ DT ] Mississippi State
    • Jerry Tillery [ DT ] Notre Dame
    • Josh Jacobs [ RB ] Alabama
    • Mack Wilson [ LB ] Alabama
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    • Marquise Brown [ WR ] Oklahoma
    • N'Keal Harry [ WR ] Arizona State
    • Nassir Adderley [ S ] Delaware
    • Other (Please State)
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  • Poll closed on 04/14/2019 at 06:35 AM

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Going to adopt the "1st choice, 2nd choice, 3rd choice" method. Meaning your first choice is worth 3 points, 2nd is worth 2, and 3rd is worth 1. Please do not select the same player multiple times in one selection. If you do, only the highest value will be taken for that and the lower duplicate votes will be discounted.

1. Arizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray, QB - Oklahoma

2. San Francisco 49ers: Nick Bosa, EDGE - Ohio State

3. New York Jets: Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama

4. Oakland Raiders: Josh Allen, EDGE - Kentucky

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Devin White, LB - LSU

6. New York Giants: Dwayne Haskins, QB - Ohio State

7. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jawaan Taylor, OT - Florida

8. Detroit Lions: Montez Sweat, DE - Mississippi State

9. Buffalo Bills: Ed Oliver, DT, Houston

10. Denver Broncos: Drew Lock, QB - Missouri

11. Cincinnati Bengals: Devin Bush, LB - Michigan

12. Green Bay Packers: Brian Burns, EDGE - Florida State

13. Miami Dolphins: Rashan Gary, DL - Michigan

14. Atlanta Falcons: Christian Wilkins, DT - Clemson

15. Washington Redskins: Greedy Wiliams, CB - LSU

16. Carolina Panthers: Clellin Ferrell, EDGE - Clemson

17. New York Giants:  Jonah Williams, OT - Alabama

18. Minnesota Vikings: Andre Dillard, OT - Washington State

19. Tennessee Titans: TJ Hockenson, TE - Iowa

20. Pittsburgh Steelers: Byron Murphy, CB - Washington

21. Seattle Seahawks: Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S - Florida

22. Baltimore Ravens:

More options will be added in later picks. If after 20+ votes the selection is clearly one person as the favorite we will move on to the next pick. Otherwise It will be ~24 hours before the poll closes. If there are 2/3 options that are close, there will be a runoff. This is who you think they WILL pick, not who they SHOULD pick.

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Posted (edited)

If Metcalf is on the board they will take him, no doubt about that. But if he's off the board I doubt if they still go with a WR, or just go BPA. I feel Marquise Brown is to small for the game the Ravens wanna play, and I don't think they have AJ Brown as a first rounder. 

Edited by Killashaw

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Jeffrey Simmons all day for the Ravens. Could care less about the ACL. Ngata tore his in college, didn't stop him from becoming an Elite DI. Perfect way to start the DeCosta era. We know he can't match Ozzie's first 2 draft picks :ph34r:, but Simmons is our best shot at the biggest impact. Fits a need too.

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1. Simmons
2. Bradbury
3. One of the WRs. I voted for Harry but could see an argument for Metcalf or Brown as well

Whoever is voting for Risner is voting for a player at a position that we are most set at (or second most besides CB).  I can't see that happening at all

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Simmons, Ford and McCoy.

Please don't another Metcalf/Perriman type of receiver, please don't, bust waiting to happen.

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I think this is the pick Metcalf finally comes off the board. They need to give Lamar a weapon badly. 

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1 hour ago, Danand said:

Simmons, Ford and McCoy.

Please don't another Metcalf/Perriman type of receiver, please don't, bust waiting to happen.

To be fair, in this offense you're gonna need someone to stretch the field or everything falls apart. 

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1 hour ago, goldfishwars said:

To be fair, in this offense you're gonna need someone to stretch the field or everything falls apart. 

There's a reasonable chance that someone like Emmanuel Hall, Andy Isabella or Mecole Hardman could be taken in the 3rd round to do that

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Posted (edited)

This is quite easily Jefferey Simmons. Big need as an interior pass rusher and a top notch player.

Then I would go JJ Arcega Whiteside as a receiver with a catch radius that also has some deep threat capability to him. That would really help out our offense and Lamar.

And lastly, Garrett Bradbury looks like he will be another Ryan Kalil option and we definitely could use an upgrade at center.

edit: you can tell which ones are Ravens fans, I’d bet not a single Ravens fan has voted for DK Metcalf over Simmons/Bradbury.

Edited by diamondbull424

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I went

Nkeal Harry

Simmons

Metcalf 

I went Harry because I think Lamar needs a possession type receiver who can be a security blanket 

 

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Does the Ray Rice incident make it harder for the Ravens to pull the trigger on Simmons ?
I know it's just a PR thing, but the Ravens really took it on the chin during that episode.
Will Bisciotti want to re-visit it ?

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It really feels like the Ravens are going to draft a wide receiver.  I am aware of their previous lack of success at drafting the position, but that isn't really a reason not to do it (I mean, Cleveland was bad at drafting QBs historically, but they still took Mayfield last year.)  With the ability to select any WR in the draft, they have no real excuse for not getting it right, so get it right.

Simmons is a real good player, but it seems really hard for a playoff team to justify spending their top draft pick on a guy who will not play at all this year (also- the track record on red shirt guys really isn't good at all). 

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36 minutes ago, Shanedorf said:

Does the Ray Rice incident make it harder for the Ravens to pull the trigger on Simmons ?
I know it's just a PR thing, but the Ravens really took it on the chin during that episode.
Will Bisciotti want to re-visit it ?

This is a good point. In a weird way, the injury does Simmons a favor because he doesn't have to answer endless questions about it, but the Ray Rice incident has made Bisciotti very risk adverse since it happened. 

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Posted (edited)
8 hours ago, goldfishwars said:

To be fair, in this offense you're gonna need someone to stretch the field or everything falls apart. 

And Lamar doesn't really throw outside the numbers that much, so the one-trick pony can be found later. Metcalf doesn't add anything we didn't have in a Breshad Perriman

Edit: drd23 gave some examples which could add the same element as Metcalf, and maybe also a little more that would fit Lamar better, than what Metcalf offers.

Edited by Danand

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5 hours ago, diamondbull424 said:

This is quite easily Jefferey Simmons. Big need as an interior pass rusher and a top notch player.

Then I would go JJ Arcega Whiteside as a receiver with a catch radius that also has some deep threat capability to him. That would really help out our offense and Lamar.

And lastly, Garrett Bradbury looks like he will be another Ryan Kalil option and we definitely could use an upgrade at center.

edit: you can tell which ones are Ravens fans, I’d bet not a single Ravens fan has voted for DK Metcalf over Simmons/Bradbury.

I think this is true, but as Goldfishwars also mentions, people might think the Simmons incident is what takes him off the Ravens board. Completely different situation however, which I hope the Ravens FO can look past.

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