6 new AFC North players the Cleveland Browns should worry about
4. Shaun Wade, DB, Baltimore Ravens
Had Shaun Wade entered the 2020 NFL Draft, he would have likely been a second-round pick. His 2020 campaign as an outside corner was disastrous, yet it was still a surprise to see him last all the way to the fifth round.
His tape as an outside cornerback is poor, yet he was excellent manning the slot in 2019, and has high-end safety traits. If there is any team that can use him properly, it would be Baltimore. The rich just seem to get richer in the secondary, and the Ravens have a legitimate claim to best unit in the NFL.
3. Odafe Oweh, EDGE, Baltimore Ravens
The pass-rusher formerly known as Jayson collected zero sacks in 2020, but had a solid pressure rate. The reason he was drafted so high is his truly legendary physical tools. From a pure athletic testing standpoint, he is the freakiest defensive end in league history, at least so far as data goes back.
Oweh is a mess from a technical standpoint and lacks a feel for the game of football. He is a project in every sense of the word, but has only been playing the sport since he was a high school junior.
His talent is truly legendary, and again, Baltimore would seem to be the team that would get the most out of him. It may not happen right away, but Oweh could end up being a game-wrecker all by himself. The Ravens defense has been stout even without a great pass-rusher for a while now. Imagine what the group would look like with Oweh coming anywhere close to his potential.