With their sixth-round pick, the Ravens are picking Penn State QB Trace McSorley. Eric DeCosta had said that if they are going to carry three QBs, the QB is going to have to do other things.— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiec) April 27, 2019
Weight: 202 pounds
NFL Draft Profile (NFL.com)
Gritty, successful three-year starter who fell victim to a disappointing regression during his senior season. McSorley is a dual-threat quarterback who lacks size and arm talent but has shown an ability to throw with anticipation to help overcome his average arm strength. While McSorley can handle RPO duties, he seemed to be more comfortable and accurate when sitting down on throws from the pocket. He must regain his accuracy and confidence or he will need to try and transition to another position to make it. — Lance Zierlein
A competitor in training camp who will push RGIII to not rest on his laurels after re-signing this offseason. If McSorley does land on the final 53-man roster, look for him to produce gadget plays, misdirection and utilize his speed, which includes a 4.57 second 40-yard dash.
Speed continues to be theme of Ravens draft. Their final selection, Penn State QB Trace McSorley, ran the fastest 40-yard dash time (4.57) of all the quarterbacks at the combine.— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) April 27, 2019