Life without Torrey Smith will begin this season for the Baltimore Ravens, but they may have already found his replacement in Breshad Perriman.
Smith's asset was his speed and, according to analyst Trevor Matich, Perriman has the jets to match.
"Don't blink because he'll be in the end zone," Matich said. "I mean, he runs a 4.24 [second] 40 [yard dash] and he gets it onto the field. There are a lot of fast guys that are fast on the track, but when you put the football uniform on them, they slow down on the field. He gets it onto the field."
As fast as Smith was, however, he did not possess the size or the strength to really make him a possession receiver. That is not an issue for Perriman.
"The fact that he's got the size that he does -- 6-2, 218 -- with that speed means that very few corners can run with him," Matich said, "But the ones who can usually don't have the physicality to be able to fight him for the football when it finally does come down deep down the field. This guy is a potential matchup nightmare."
Check out the video above to hear Matich's full thoughts on the Ravens' new receiver.