*The Baltimore Ravens acquired this pick in an earlier trade with the Los Angeles Chargers*
With the 28th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens select…
Drafting a wide receiver has got to be the Ravens’ first priority in the draft. Their number one receiver is Willie Snead and after that it’s a guy named Jordan Lasley. If the Ravens can provide quarterback Lamar Jackson with a top rookie receiver then it could greatly help the offense reach new heights.
Harry is widely seen as a top three receiver in this draft, and can do wonders after the catch with the ball in his hands. This kind of receiver is probably one the Ravens will want because Jackson likes to throw the ball underneath and across the middle of the field. Harry also offers a good combination of speed and height, and can provide a threat across all levels of the field.