During a busy first round of the NFL draft last year, the Ravens could have taken the local player who ended up as perhaps the league’s top rookie wide receiver. Instead, they passed on Maryland star DJ Moore to trade down — twice.
This April, with the No. 22 pick, they will likely have no such opportunity. Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr., a New Jersey native who moved to Montgomery County in ninth grade, could be a top-five pick, far out of the Ravens’ reach. (Plus, the team already has Lamar Jackson,