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The Ravens 2020 Draft Class includes 10 players, several of which help to fill needs. Here’s a look at each with background info and video highlights.

Patrick Queen

• HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year starter for Livonia who played both linebacker and running back … Selected as a finalist for the 2016 Warrick Dunn Award, which is presented to the high school player of the year in the Baton Rouge area by WAFB-TV … A 3A state champion and 2015 All-State selection … Totaled 1,487 rushing yards and 19 touchdowns.
• Regarded as a four-star recruit and was in the top-300 of 247Sports, Rivals and
• ESPN’s national rankings … Listed as No. 8 by Rivals, No. 12 by 247Sports, and No. 14 by ESPN in the state of Louisiana.
• PERSONAL: Born Aug. 13, 1999 … Majoring in sport administration.

J.K. Dobbins

• In 2019 became the first running back in school history to top the 2,000‐yard mark, finishing with 2,003 yards and 21 touchdowns for the 13‐1 Buckeyes.
• His 6.2 yards per carry for his career was also second‐best among Buckeyes and his 43
• Rushed for 100‐or‐more yards 19 times (Ohio State was 18‐1 in those games) and he caught 71 passes for 645 yards and five touchdowns.
• 2019: Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award winner, First Team All‐Big Ten (media and coaches), First Team All‐ American by the Football Writers Association of America, Doak Walker Award finalist

Justin Madubuike

• Named to the AP All‐SEC Second Team … Leads the team with 11.5 tackles for
• loss, 5.5 sacks and seven QB hurries.
• Recorded his first interception, returning it 18 yards, finishing the win over Arkansas
• with five tackles, 2.0 for loss.
• Had five tackles, a hurry and a blocked field goal late, forcing a fumble that was recovered for A&M’s first non‐offensive touchdown of the year at Ole Miss.
• MVP Award at the annual team banquet.

Devin Duvernay

• Named to the All-Big 12 First Team and was honorable mention as Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year in 2019
• Named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week twice… a three-time Academic All-Big 12 first team
• selection (2017, 2018, 2019) … also a five-time member of the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (fall 2016, spring 2017, fall 2017; spring 2018, spring 2019)
• Has a twin brother, Donovan, who was a defensive back for the Longhorns. Cousin is Kyler Murray

Malik Harrison

• Ravens traded the 60th-overall (second round) and 129th-overall (fourth round) picks to New England in exchange for the 71st and 98th (third round) picks.
• Led Ohio State in tackles as a junior (81) and senior (75) and finished career with 205 total tackles
• Outstanding senior season included 16.5 tackles‐for‐loss, 4.5 sacks and four pass break‐ups
• 2019: First‐team all‐Big Ten Conference (coaches)
• A terrific high school athlete who was a three‐year starting quarterback for coach Byron Mattox at Walnut Ridge High School
• Scout listed Harrison as the No. 2 athlete in Ohio and No. 6 in the Midwest
• Honorable mention all‐state in basketball

Tyre Phillips

• 2018 & 2017 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll
• Played only one year of high school football.
• Majored in human development and family sciences.
• One day wants to work as an occupational therapist for children with special needs.
• Plays the piano and the trumpet.

Ben Bredeson

• Appeared in 50 career games with 46 starts at left guard.
• Elected team captain in 2018 and 2019; became the 12th player in school history to be selected captain twice.
• Selected as the team’s Toughest Player of the Year in 2018
• Was on the watch list for the Outland Trophy
• All-Big Ten honorable mention (coaches and media)
• Gatorade High School Player of the Year in the state of Wisconsin
• USA Today High School All-America first team
• Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, majoring in psychology.

[Bios and Highlights of the Ravens 2020 UDFAs]

Broderick Washington

• Named a team captain prior to his final season as a Red Raider, one of five seniors tabbed to the captains council.
• Concluded his time in scarlet and black with 38-career starts, all of which were consecutive since the 2016 season finale
• Honorable mention All-Big 12 selection by the coaches.
• One of seven siblings, a human sciences major at Texas Tech.

James Proche

• Ravens traded the 225th-overall pick and a 2021 fifth-round pick to Minnesota in exchange for the 201st and 219th (seventh round) picks.
• Senior (2019): Started all 13 games… Registered an FBS-leading 111 receptions… Led the Mustangs with 1,225 yards (13th NCAA) and 15 touchdowns (4th NCAA)… Ranked second nationally in receptions per game with 8.5.
• Led the Mustangs with 17 punt returns for 164 yards.
• Was the FBS active career leader in receptions (301), receiving yards (3,949), and receiving TDs (39).
• AWARDS: Biletnikoff Award Semifinalist… All AAC first team… Shrine Bowl invite… Hula Bowl invite… Maxwell Award Watch List… Paul Hornung Award Watch List… Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Semifinalist… Touchdown Club of Columbus Player to Watch…Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Offensive Player of the Year… Dave Campbell’s All-Texas College Team: Offense
• Was offered a scholarship by the University of Maryland, among several others.

Geno Stone

• Ravens traded the 225th-overall pick and a 2021 fifth-round pick to Minnesota in exchange for the 201st and 219th (seventh round) picks.
• 2019 Honors – Second-team All-Big Ten by league coaches . . . second-team All-Big Ten by The Associated Press . . .honorable mention All-Big Ten by league media.
• Permanent Team Captain, defense.
• Hayden Fry Award, defense.
• High school honors – Earned first-team all-state honors as a senior defensive back . . . first-team all-conference on defense and as athlete as a senior, while being named defensive MVP . . . earned first-team all-conference honors on defense and second-team honors on offense as a junior.
• Sport and recreation management major, carried a 3.5 prep GPA

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