Baltimore Ravens 2020 NFL Draft Recap

The 2020 NFL Draft is in the books. Every team made at least four selections over the course of three days with one team taking 15 players.

The Baltimore Ravens selected 10 total players. Below we will look at who their best pick was, their best value selection, biggest reach, and one impact undrafted free agent.

I will look at their Total Pick Value Rank. This will be the sum of each player selected by the team based on the value I assigned to the player pre-draft. I will also look at the total value accumulated in the first 200 selections. Generally, anything after that is a team grabbing fringe players that they don’t want to compete to sign on the open market. We will also look at their total average pick value.

All values are based on my board. The ranking is based on 1-32 for the number of teams in the NFL.


1-28-LB-Patrick Queen-LSU

2-55-RB-J.K. Dobbins-Ohio State

3-71-DL-Justin Madubuike-Texas A&M

3-92-WR-Devin Duvernay-Texas

3-98-LB-Malik Harrison-Ohio State

3-106-OT-Tyre Phillips-Mississippi State

4-143-G-Ben Bredeson-Michigan

5-170-DL-Broderick Washington-Texas Tech

6-201-WR-James Proche-SMU

7-219-S-Geno Stone-Iowa

U-X-RB-Bronson Rechsteiner-Kennesaw State

U-X-TE-Jake Breeland-Oregon

U-X-S-Nigel Warrior-Tennessee

U-X-C-Sean Pollard-Clemson

U-X-C-Trystan Colon-Castillo-Missouri


Total Pick Value Rank: 6

Top 200 Pick Value Rank: 26

Average Pick Value Rank: 18


BEST PICK: Malik Harrison, LB, Ohio State

BEST VALUE: Justin Madubuike, DL, Texas A&M

BIGGEST REACH: Tyre Phillips, OT, Mississippi State

IMPACT UNDRAFTED SIGNING: Nigel Warrior, S, Tennessee



Image courtesy of Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports

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