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Ravens agree to terms with Devin Duvernay

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After agreeing to terms with first-round pick Patrick Queen on Wednesday, the Ravens rounded out their 2020 class of rookies by agreeing to terms with wide receiver Devin Duvernay.

Duvernay was selected with the 92nd overall pick in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft. General Manager Eric DeCosta continued to swing early in the draft at the wide receiver position and surround his MVP quarterback with talent by selecting Duvernay on Day 2 after drafting both Marquise “Hollywood” Brown and Miles Boykin in rounds one and three, respectively in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Duvernay’s final season at Texas was quite the productive one as he finished with 1,386 receiving yards and nine receiving touchdowns on 106 receptions, as well as adding a rushing touchdown. In his four seasons with the Longhorns, Duvernay amassed 2,502 yards from scrimmage and 17 touchdowns. He also contributed as a kick returner with 550 yards, 205 coming in his final season.

Duvernay was praised for his sure hands in college with PFF giving him the lowest dropped pass percentage of any Power-5 WR since 2018.

Duvernay also possess top-end speed with a 4.39 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine. Duvernay did his best work from the slot at the collegiate level, so he could push Willie Snead IV for playing time as a rookie if Lamar Jackson develops a connection with him early on. Baltimore will be able to field a track team with the likes of Brown, Boykin, Jackson and Duvernay on offense in 2020.