6. Zay Jones – East Carolina
Zay Jones had a good NFL combine, posting a 4.46 40-yard dash time, and impressing in the field drills, which might boost up his value from a second to a late-first round pick.
Jones had an absolutely insane 2016 with East Carolina, catching 158 balls for 1,746 yards and eight touchdowns. In fact, Jones broke the NCAA record for receptions, that’s just how good he was.
Jones has great speed and is able to get separation with ease. He’s also shown to be a solid route-runner with really good hands, proving that speed isn’t his only asset.
If Jones is able to fall to the second round, he’s a player the Ravens should seriously take a look at. He’s got explosive speed but good hands to go along with it. The Ravens have plenty of speed at the receiver position, but not much in the way of hands, and they could use someone who could combine the two.