Devin Duvernay drafted by Baltimore Ravens in third round

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Wide receiver Devin Duvernay became the second Texas Longhorn drafted in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft when he was chosen 92nd overall by the Baltimore Ravens (photo courtesy of texassports.com

By Steve Lansdale

AUSTIN, Texas — Texas wide receiver Devin Duvernay became the second Longhorn drafted in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft when he was chosen with the 92nd overall pick Friday by the Baltimore Ravens. Duvernay heard his name called 22 spots after UT safety Brandon Jones was selected by the Miami Dolphins.

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Duvernay becomes the fifth Texas player drafted by Baltimore, joining Cedric Woodard in 2000, Sergio Kindle in 2010, Chykie Brown in 2011 and DeShon Elliott in 2016, and he will join three other Longhorns — Elliott, safety Earl Thomas and kicker Justin Tucker — on the Baltimore roster. Since the NFL shifted in 1994 to a seven-round draft format, Texas now has had

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