A few weeks after helping defeat Alabama in the national championship game in January, Burton made a business decision and opted to leave Georgia and join the Tide as a transfer. With Alabama losing its top three receivers, Burton will have an opportunity to flourish this season.
Lamar Jackson needs more weapons on offense, regardless of where they line up. Gibbs is a versatile playmaker who would be a perfect fit for this offense, as the Ravens could dial up creative ways for Jackson to get him the ball.
Addison was the Biletnikoff Award winner as a sophomore in 2021 after a 100-catch, 1,593-yard performance. He's a sudden route-runner at 6-foot-0, 175 pounds, who still needs to add more weight. His future is still up in the air, though, as he's rumored to be a potential transfer this offseason.
The Ravens crushed the '22 draft though Lamar Jackson didn't quite enjoy it perhaps as much as he would've liked because the team shipped Hollywood Brown to Arizona. The team gets him a 6-foot-4 weapon here.
The Ravens moved on from Hollywood Brown, partly to avoid paying him a contract extension, but did create a hole at receiver along the way. Demus offers an exciting blend of size and speed with a knack for making big plays down the field.
A running back in the first round? Yeah! We're going with two of them! Robinson is one of the top handful of prospects on just about everyone's big board a year out. He's got gamebreaking speed, fantastic balance in and out of his cuts and great hands for a back. He'll look awfully good in a backfield next to Lamar Jackson.
As good as the Baltimore Ravens' 2022 NFL Draft was, the one position they didn't quite attack was wide receiver. They make amends for that by grabbing the massive Quentin Johnston from TCU. At 6'4" and 201 pounds, Johnston is a mismatch waiting to happen against any NFL cornerback.
He's a big-bodied receiver who can outjump any defender, but he also possesses enough separation on his routes. The latter is more translatable to the NFL level and gives the Ravens a new viable WR1.