No. 22, Round 1: Quentin Johnston, WR, TCU
While Baltimore’s 27th-ranked passing offense could be partially excused by missing Jackson for five games, the team still lacks a true top threat at the wide receiver position. Though the team may have its choice of receivers at this point in the draft, it would be wise to select Johnston. The 6-foot-3, 208-pound wideout has prototypical size for the position and showed great run-after-the-catch ability this past season with the Horned Frogs as he racked up 1,069 yards and six scores. Given his blend of size, speed and talent, the Ravens should take a chance on the TCU standout.