The Baltimore Ravens could use some help along the interior of their offensive line, but the lack of offensive playmakers has made for some serious problems for quarterback Joe Flacco, who is going through a career-low year in 2017.
In a way, the Ravens haven’t overcome the retirement loss of Steve Smith and free-agent departure of Torrey Smith a few years ago. Veterans Mike Wallace and Jeremy Maclin have been OK options, but neither has offered the dynamic playmaking impact Baltimore needs.
Oklahoma State’s James Washington is that kind of player.
The 6-foot-0, 205-pound target has both speed and physicality to match, and drafting him would ensure Flacco has some weapons to work with as his career begins to wind down.