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The NFL draft inches ever closer, and the mock drafts have poured in weekly. But two incredible SB Nation sources brought about who is being mocked to every team the most.

For SB Nation, it’s a database of compiled mock drafts figuring out who is being mocked most for any team.

The most commonly mocked player to the Ravens is, unsurprisingly, WR Calvin Ridley.

The article linked above has a full list of their sources.

This isn’t the only impressive work being shown today! Through the incredible effort of Kent Lee Platte, writer for Pride of Detroit, there is now an incredible database on who is most mocked to every team, with a twist. First, Kent compiled 1,000 mock drafts, far greater than anybody else in the draft world. Also, player’s cannot be mocked twice. In the instance with SB Nation’s piece, Sam Darnold is most commonly mocked to both the Cleveland Browns and the New York Giants. In Platte’s piece, he cuts out any and all player’s selected previously, as if it were a real draft situation.

In this mock, the player changes for the Ravens, but not the position. With the 16th pick, Charm City selects WR Courtland Sutton.

This has not been a name on Baltimore Beatdown that often. The argument really has narrowed down to Ridley vs. Mike McGlinchey, but somehow all are simultaneously hoping for a trade back situation and catching a fallen prospect. This certainly feels like a name to consider, especially if the Ravens find a dance partner to trade down with.