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Ravens 2021 Draft: Full Draft Class

Here are your 2021 Ravens’ rookies

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 28 Minnesota at Purdue Photo by Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Barring a last-minute trade back into the 2021 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens have completed their rookie selections.

WR Rashod Bateman

By far the most exciting news of the Ravens’ draft. After an offeason of frustration at the wide receiver position, Eric DeCosta went ahead and picked his second first-round receiver in three years.

EDGE Odafe Oweh

After the Orlando Brown Jr. trade netted the Ravens the No. 31 overall pick, the Ravens went ahead and landed the very definition of a freak athlete. Though people clamor about his lack of sack production, The praise given by the Ravens OLB coach Drew Wilkins is inspiring enough to calm those who worry.

OL Ben Cleveland

No doubt about it, this was a solid pick for Baltimore. They need offensive line help and they now add a mountain of a man in Cleveland.

CB Brandon Stephens

The surprise pick of Day 2 as not much is known from the media side on Stephens. That being said, he was highly regarded by many teams and Baltimore went out and made their pick of him.

WR Tylan Wallace

A strong outside receiver to compete with Bateman, Sammy Watkins and Miles Boykin. This was another best player available pick that also coincided with a Ravens’ need.

CB Shaun Wade

A very high-upside cornerback who will likely mesh well with the Ravens’ scheme. His down year he attributed to family loss, turf toe and knee problems.

EDGE Daelin Hayes

A high-character guy who could have upside. The Ravens do need edge rushers and maybe Hayes becomes the next fifth-round pick who becomes a Ravens blue-chip defender.

FB/TE Ben Mason

The Ravens certainly love players named Ben. This is a bit of an intriguing pick. We’ll see how they utilize him moving forward.