The rookie third-round selection was one of GM Eric DeCosta's favorite prospects and given the Ravens unsettled receiving corps., anything is possible. DeCosta referenced Duvernay's "competitive streak" likening him to Anquan Boldin, Derrick Mason and Steve Smith Sr. while noting things are wide open across from WR1 Marquise Brown. Duvernay exploded in his senior season at Texas, producing 1,386 yards and nine touchdowns on 106 receptions, easily outpacing his combined previous three years of production. The 5'11" rookie is a bit of a one year wonder but it was a good year to produce ahead of the NFL draft. He followed that up by running a 4.40 40 at the NFL Combine and couldn't have landed in a better situation for the possibility of seeing material snaps during his rookie season. He's found as DLF's WR67 and rookie WR15.