Keenan Reynolds to Ravens: Twitter Reacts as RB Is Selected in 2016 NFL Draft

April 30, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

One of the great stories of the NFL draft happened on Saturday, with the Baltimore Ravens taking former Navy Midshipmen quarterback Keenan Reynolds in the sixth round.   
Reynolds, the FBS record holder for touchdowns with 88, was taken with the 182nd pick to give the Ravens flexibility in multiple areas. He was drafted as a running back, according to NFL.com's draft tracker, but can also be seen as a kick returner and quarterback in Wildcat situations.
He wasn't invited to the Heisman Trophy presentation (despite finishing fifth in the voting) or the NFL combine, but Reynolds has a spot on the Ravens as they reacted to taking the Naval Academy member:
Here's some more reaction on this feel-good story:
Reynolds won't join Baltimore to be Joe Flacco's backup, but his speed gives coach John Harbaugh ideas to work with. It could take a year or two for Reynolds to develop the tools to become a wide receiver, but his speed can't be ignored.
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