Ravens host top prospects, work out Ohio State wide receivers
The Ravens had a busy Wednesday hosting some first-round draft prospects and taking a closer look at a pair of potential second-round wide receivers.
Per NFL Network’s Albert Breer, the Ravens hosted Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa, Florida cornerback Vernon Hargreaves and UCLA linebacker Myles Jack. Breer reported that the team also had officials at Ohio State for a private workout with wide receivers Michael Thomas and Braxton Miller.
Bosa, Jack and Hargreaves are all considered early first-round prospects. The Ravens hold the No. 6 overall pick.
Thomas, the nephew of former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson, is a big target who’s drawn plenty of pre-draft attention. Miller was a two-time Big Ten Player of the Year as a quarterback before a shoulder injury forced him to miss the 2014 season and led to a position change for his senior year. Miller played wide receiver at the Senior Bowl and probably will also be viewed as a potential kick returner by NFL teams.