Every Baltimore Ravens draft pick in the 2020 NFL Draft
Every Ravens pick from the 2020 NFL Draft
After such a successful season and as favorites to have another record-breaking season next year, there weren't many needs for the Ravens this season. Yet, they stole the show at the draft with 10 picks and bolstered some positions on the team.
First Round (No. 28 overall): Patrick Queen, LSU
Right off the bat, the Ravens went for their biggest need - a middle linebacker in Patrick Queen. Queen can become a Day 1 starter for the Ravens' defense, who are still looking for help in the interior. While undersized, he does fill the role and was dubbed Ray Lewis Jr. by Lamar Jackson.
Second Round (No. 55 overall): J.K. Dobbins, Ohio State
Position: Running back
School: Ohio State
As if the Ravens offense needed another weapon, they got one with J.K. Dobbins. Likely, he will be the most exciting prospect out of this year's draft class after a huge season at Ohio State. He's elusive and has a great burst to get to the second level. Add him to Lamar Jackson, Mark Ingram and watch out, this will be a crazy running package.
Third Round (71st overall): Justin Madubuike, Texas A&M
Position: Defensive Tackle
School: Texas A&M
Sure the Ravens added Calais Campbell to the defensive line, but he's 33. Madubuike adds depth and will likely make the roster as he was a second-round prospect. He could develop under Campbell and grow into a bigger role in the future.
Third Round (106th pick): Tyre Phillips, Mississippi State
Position: Offensive Tackle
School: Mississippi State
The Ravens are set on the offensive line, but it is never a bad idea to add a massive tackle who is like a rock at the end of the line. Tyre Phillips could play his way into a backup role.
Fourth Round (143rd pick): Ben Bredeson, Michigan
Ben Bredeson brings more depth in a role that will be pivotal to the rushing attack that the Ravens employ. Another body whose strength is the running game.
Sixth Round (201st overall): James Proche, SMU
Position: Wide receiver
Similar to Duvernay from the third round, James Proche brings a smaller, stealthy target to the Ravens and could find his way on the roster via special teams. Proche does have better hands and leaping ability than Duvernay, but does not have the speed.