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Ravens 2021 Draft: Twitter reactions to the Ravens’ Day 3 selections

The last reactions of an exciting draft

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The Ravens entered Day 3 of the 2021 NFL Draft with five picks at their disposal. With the 131st pick, Baltimore selected wide receiver Tylan Wallace of Oklahoma State. Wallace is the second receiver drafted by the Ravens after taking Rashod Bateman in the first round.

The Ravens then traded pick 136 and 210 to the Cardinals for pick 160 and a 2020 fourth-round pick. With the 160th pick, Baltimore selected cornerback Shaun Wade from Ohio State. Wade struggled in 2020 after deciding to return to school to prove that he could play as an outside corner. Wade shined in the slot in previous years, which is where the Ravens need depth behind the oft-injured Tavon Young. Wade could also play safety.

With the No. 171 pick, Baltimore selected edge rusher Daelin Hayes from Notre Dame. Hayes is the second edge rusher drafted by the Ravens with the first being Odafe Oweh in the first round.

With the 184th pick, Baltimore selected fullback/tight end Ben Mason from Michigan.