What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about RASHOD BATEMAN before he made the Baltimore Ravens' Depth Chart: Minnesota, 6010 210 4.43. Junior entry, three-year starter, Tifton, GA. Has been rewriting Minnesota’s receiving record book. First-team All Big 10 and third-team All America in 2019, a season that also saw him win the Big 10’s Richter-Howard Receiver of the Year Award and end up as a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award. Has the ideal size, straight line speed, and ball skills to be considered a downfield threat at the next level. In addition, he is a factor after the catch because of his competitive streak and strong, but loose lower half. May be limited underneath, as he struggles to initially separate, but he brings big play potential to the field every time he steps foot on it. He is a guy who doesn’t need to be found in wide open space in order to make things happen, as he can create on his own. Hands-catcher that snares the ball out of the air and will make the difficult play look routine. Has a wide catch radius with excellent coordination. Soft, but powerful hands that will rise to another level in traffic. Can be depended upon in 50/50 situations. Has a competitive streak both with and without the ball. Gains a lot of yards after contact via balance and hunger. Can run away from pursuing defenders in space. Needs to work on his route running at times. Takes too long to get into his route. Needs to know when to dance around at the line of scrimmage and when to be more aggressive. Acceleration and burst don’t always match his top end speed. 2020 stats: 36-472, 13.1 ypr, 2 TD. First/second round. (A-33, H-9 1/2, VJ-36, SS-4.35).