Ravens 4th round picks
The club announced Friday morning that fourth-round pick Tylan Wallace has inked his rookie deal.The wide receiver was the 131st overall selection.Wallace played 10 games for Oklahoma State in 2020, catching 59 passes for 922 yards with six touchdowns.He tore his ACL in Nov.2019, but was healthy for his final collegiate season.
With Wallace under contract, Baltimore has only three of its drafted players left unsigned: first-round pick Odafe Oweh, third-round pick Ben Cleveland, and third-round pick Brandon Stephens.Share this: Permalink 0 Comments, back to top.Posted by PFT Editorial Staff on May 1, 2021, 1:00 PM EDT.Getty Images, the 2020 Ravens were among the teams hardest hit.
Covid-19 but still earned a playoff berth at 11-5.Lamar Jackson finally got his playoff win with a 20-13 comeback victory over the Titans before losing to the Bills 17-3 in the Divisional Round.The Ravens will now have nine picks in the 2021 NFL Draft after trading.To the Chiefs in exchange for Kansas Citys first, third and fourth-round picks this year.Along with Brown, Baltimore sent a 2021 second-round pick and a 2022 sixth-round pick to the Chiefs.Despite getting that playoff win, Jackson, the 2019 league MVP, struggled in 2020, emphasizing the need to surround him with additional skill players and offensive options.
Sammy Watkins but could target additional wide receiver talent in the first round to help diversify the offense (the Ravens led the league in rushing last season but finished last in passing yards).Defensive line/linebacker will likely also be a focus for the Ravens in this draft. .Yannick Ngakoue signed a two-year deal with the Raiders in March and edge rusher.Matthew Judon departed for the Patriots for a reported four-year,.5 million deal.Jihad Ward is also gone after signing with the Jaguars in March.Another potential defensive priority is at safety: Baltimore cut former Seahawk.