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Ravens NFL draft candidate: Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans

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Watch highlights of Ravens draft candidate Mike Evans.

Texas A&M receiver Mike Evans could be available for the Ravens at pick 16 or 17 in the NFL draft.
Texas A&M receiver Mike Evans could be available for the Ravens at pick 16 or 17 in the NFL draft.
Thomas B. Shea

The Ravens sure could use a big, 6-5 candidate that can beat jams off the line of scrimmage.

Texas A&M receiver Mike Evans is just that, someone physical to win battles against corners that line up against him and smooth with his routes. Evans may lack elite speed but he makes up for it with a big catch radius and an ability to separate off the line of scrimmage.

In 2013, Evans finished with 1,394 yards and 12 touchdowns. And it's not like he was a one-hit wonder, either. in 2012, Evans had 1,105 yards and five touchdowns.

The Ravens could go in a variety of directions with their first round pick, especially at receiver. But you'd have to think that Evans would be an enticing option.

Here are some highlights of Evans during this past season: