2020 NFL draft: Everything you need to know before the Ravens are on the clock on Day 2

The Baltimore Sun's Ravens draft coverage team discusses first-round pick Patrick Queen, a linebacker from LSU.

The NFL draft continues Friday, with the Ravens’ picks coming at Nos. 55 and 60 overall in the second round and Nos. 92 and 106 in the third. Here’s everything you need to know before tuning in.

What time is the draft?

Friday’s TV coverage of Rounds 2-3 will start at 7 p.m., while Saturday’s coverage of Rounds 4-7 will begin at noon. The draft will be held virtually for the first time, with teams making selections online, because of the coronavirus pandemic.


How can I watch it?

ABC, ESPN and NFL Network will broadcast the draft. It will also be livestreamed at NFL.com/Watch, ESPN.com/Watch and ABC.go.com. Sirius XM, Westwood One and ESPN Radio will carry the radio broadcasts.

How many picks do the Ravens have?

The Ravens have nine total picks, including five in the first three rounds.


No. 28 overall (first round; LSU linebacker Patrick Queen)

No. 55 (second round, from New England through Atlanta)

No. 60 (second round)

No. 92 (third round)

No. 106 (third round, compensatory)

No. 129 (fourth round, from New England Patriots)

No. 143 (fourth round, compensatory)

No. 170 (fifth round, from Minnesota Vikings)

No. 225 (seventh round, from New York Jets)

Who are some of the top players?

Glad you asked. The Baltimore Sun put together its list of the top 65 prospects based on potential, production and positional value.

Are there any players with Maryland ties?

Several. From Chase Young to Tom Flacco, meet the prospects with ties to Maryland.

What’s the pick order?

Note: * denotes compensatory selection


Round 2

33. Cincinnati

34. Indianapolis (via Redskins)

35. Detroit

36. NY Giants

37. New England (via Chargers)

38. Carolina

39. Miami

40. Houston (via Cardinals)

41. Cleveland

42. Jacksonville

43. Chicago (via Raiders)

44. Indianapolis

45. Tampa Bay

46. Denver

47. Atlanta

48. NY Jets

49. Pittsburgh

50. Chicago

51. Dallas

52. LA Rams

53. Philadelphia

54. Buffalo

55. Ravens (via Falcons)

56. Miami (via Saints)

57. LA Rams (via Texans)

58. Minnesota

59. Seattle

60. Ravens

61. Tennessee

62. Green Bay

63. Kansas City (via 49ers)

64. Seattle (via Chiefs)

Round 3

65. Cincinnati

66. Washington

67. Detroit

68. NY Jets (via Giants)

69. Carolina

70. Miami

71. New England (via Chargers)

72. Arizona

73. Jacksonville

74. Cleveland

75. Indianapolis

76. Tampa Bay

77. Denver

78. Atlanta

79. NY Jets

80. Las Vegas

81. Las Vegas (via Bears)

82. Dallas

83. Denver (via Steelers)

84. LA Rams

85. Detroit (via Eagles)

86. Buffalo

87. New England

88. New Orleans

89. Minnesota

90. Houston

91. Las Vegas (via Seahawks)

92. Baltimore

93. Tennessee

94. Green Bay

95. Denver (via 49ers)

96. Kansas City

97. Cleveland (via Texans)*

98. New England*

99. NY Giants*

100. New England*

101. Seattle*

102. Pittsburgh*

103. Philadelphia*

104. LA Rams*

105. Minnesota*

106. Ravens*

Predraft coverage

Before the team is on the clock, check out The Baltimore Sun’s coverage, including position previews at areas of need, mock drafts, a look back at the team’s best and worst picks and more.

Kyle Boller, Dan Cody and a parade of wide receivers are among the team’s worst selections through the years.

From first-round triumphs (Ray Lewis) to hidden gems (Marshal Yanda), the Ravens have had some big success stories.

Two divergent views on how to spend nine picks and build a champion.

In The Baltimore Sun’s final first-round projections, eight trades shake things up in first round — for the Ravens, too.

The defense adds a champion linebacker early and a Terps standout late.

As the Ravens seek stars in the draft, they could find value (and maybe future starters) with these six prospects.

Ravens’ draft could be litmus test for value of position.

Which players are projected to land in Baltimore in the first round?

Two very different players emerge as potential first-round targets.

At wide receiver, a deep and diverse class can offer something for everybody.

Patrick Queen, Kenneth Murray or someone else?

Who will replace retiring All-Pro Marshal Yanda at guard?

An overhauled defensive line still needs young talent. There’s good help available.


Which players outside the team’s positions of need might be a fit?

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