1. Baltimore Ravens
Pairing Wallace with All-Pro Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (the 2019 MVP) would be a potent attack for opposing defenses to stop. The Ravens wouldn’t be a bad squad to end up with, as a franchise that has finished first or second in the AFC North — including three straight playoff appearances.
Despite an 11-5 mark in 2020, however, Baltimore stumbled in the AFC divisional round against Buffalo in a 17-3 loss. Jackson finished only with 14-for-24 completions, no touchdowns, and one interception.
The Ravens didn’t have a wideout in the NFL’s top 40 for the 2020 season in terms of season-long receiving yards. Marquise Brown, the team’s leader, had 58 receptions for 769 yards. In addition, the team finished last among all NFL teams in terms of passing yards (2,757).
On the other hand, Baltimore did its damage on the ground — leading the NFL in team rushing with 3,071 yards and 5.5 yards per attempt. Adding a speedy wide receiver like Wallace on the edge could help balance the offensive attack.
The Ravens hold selections at No. 27, No. 58, and No. 104 in the draft’s first three rounds.