ESPN draft expert Todd McShay has the Ravens selecting Kentucky wide receiver Randall Cobb with the 26th pick in the third version of his mock draft (which was released on Feb. 10).
Cobb, who is 5 feet 11, 186 pounds, bypassed his senior season to enter the NFL draft. "I felt that it was my time to go and pursue my dream to play in the NFL," Cobb said. "I've had this dream since I was a child. I can remember when I was four years old and I was laying in bed. That was the only thing I wanted, to play football in the NFL."
A first-team All-American as an all-purpose player, Cobb led Kentucky with 955 yards receiving, 401 yards rushing and 12 total touchdowns. He also threw for three scores and returned a punt for a touchdown.
Here is what McShay had to say about Cobb in his mock draft: "The Ravens need speed at wide receiver, and Cobb is an underrated offensive weapon who would fit the bill. He's a very savvy route-runner and can contribute in the return game. Baltimore also could look to fill needs at cornerback or defensive end."
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