Monday, May 27, 2024

Ravens select dynamic CB Wiggins at 30

The Baltimore Ravens have selected 6’2″ Clemson corner Nate Wiggins with the 30th overall pick of the 2024 NFL Draft.

Wiggins was a two-year starter at Clemson and allowed only 600-yards receiving and 3 touchdowns against him while taking 3 picks and 15 pass breakups.

Ravens solidify defence

PFF had this to say about him pre-draft, “Wiggins has the tools of a first-round, high-impact cornerback. His athleticism and competitiveness will never be in question, and those two characteristics should produce a long-term starter.”

Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta said, “When I think of Nate [Wiggins], I just think that he is a ridiculous athlete – very, very quick-footed, efficient. He’s fast. He’s tough. He’s competitive. In our division, we play a lot of really good receivers, and you have to get off the field on third downs. And, we were blessed last year to have a lot of depth in the secondary, and it really helped us quite a bit. And this is a guy that can come in here and play meaningful football right away for us. We’re excited about that.”

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