The Baltimore Ravens selected wide receiver Marquise Brown out of Oklahoma with the 25th overall pick of the 2019 NFL Draft.
The cousin of Oakland Raiders star Antonio Brown, "Hollywood" heads to Baltimore after back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons at Oklahoma. The Raiders actually had a chance to draft the former Sooners star at No. 24 but went with Alabama running back Josh Jacobs.
A deep ball specialist, Brown's blazing speed offers the Ravens a dynamic outside weapon to help second-year quarterback Lamar Jackson.
Willie Snead, who had 651 yards a season ago, is the team's top returning wideout.
Weight: 166 lbs
Brown's ability as a deep-ball receiver, winning with speed and ball-tracking ability despite his size limitations, has been compared to DeSean Jackson. But he's also capable of making plays at the short and intermediate levels of the field and taking those the distance; perhaps the better comparison is Tyreek Hill. "Hollywood," a cousin of Antonio Brown, gets the No. 1 spot on our receiver rankings because his skill set makes his size largely irrelevant. Players like this just don't come around very often.