Darren Waller to Baltimore Ravens: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

May 3, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Baltimore Ravens did a fantastic job of addressing their biggest needs in the 2015 NFL draft. 
Wide receiver was their biggest weakness, and they addressed it with two solid picks. After grabbing UCF's Breshad Perriman in Round 1, Baltimore got a nice steal in Georgia Tech's Darren Waller at pick No. 204—its final pick of the draft. 
How Waller Fits the Ravens
In terms of value versus what round he was taken in, Waller may have been the best pick the Ravens made this year. Some services had Waller going as high as the third round. 
NFL.com's Lance Zierlein rated Waller as a third- or fourth-round prospect while comparing him to St. Louis Rams receiver Brian Quick. 
For Baltimore to get that kind of prospect in the sixth round is a huge win. What made it even better was Baltimore was still thin at wideout before the pick.
The selection of Perriman in Round 1 was not enough to account for the Ravens' razor-thin ...

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