Doesn't force the issue; takes what is given to him
Active on the boards on both ends
Gets great positioning as a rebounder
Plays with terrific energy
Moving his feet on the defensive end
Runs the floor well
Limited offensive game
Not an explosive athlete
A center trapped in a power forward's body
Summary: Ratliffe put together an extremely efficient season, shooting nearly 70 percent from the field this past year. He is very active on the inside and physical down low, but is a bit undersized and limited with his offensive game, which makes him a second-round prospect.
Player Comparison: Jason Maxiell. Like Maxiell, Ratliffe is a center trapped in a power forward's body. Maxiell has utilized his wide frame and physicality to be a serviceable role player, which Ratliffe could become as well. Neither guy has a great deal of offensive ability outside of the paint, but both are effective around the hoop.
@dawg66 I realize that but look at the success Elliott had this season in Dallas he's been an MVP Candidate and done a lot of the heavy lifting for that potent Dallas offence and Fournette has just as much if not more talent than Elliott. Note: This draft does not reflect what I believe the teams will do it is what I think is the best move to "change the franchise" per se
I remember you said ravens need RB last year. You tried point at ozzie for being Alabama lover but lnow what's funny? Most people from ravens, want to draft EE, not henry. Walt, tell me how you feel when you're wrong and look like idiot?
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