BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Lamar Jackson may be the Ravens star quarterback, but just like he earned a place in the Flock’s heart his rookie year, there’s another rookie who’s making plays this season.

That’s J.K. Dobbins. The 21-year-old has already made two touchdowns for Baltimore in his NFL debut against the Browns on Sept. 13.

BALTIMORE, MD – SEPTEMBER 13: J.K. Dobbins #27 of the Baltimore Ravens warms up before the game against the Cleveland Browns at M&T Bank Stadium on September 13, 2020 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images)

The 5-foot-10, 212-pound running back averages 7.8 yards per rushing attempt and has a total of 70 rushing yards.

Dobbins, who wears No. 27, was born in Houston, Texas and went onto play for Ohio State before he was drafted in the second round by the Ravens in 2020.

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Here’s some other facts about this rising star from his time at Ohio State:

  1. In 2019, became the first running back in school history to top the 2,000-yard mark. He finished with 2,003 yards and 21 touchdowns. The Buckeyes went 13-1 that year.
  2. Ranked third nationally in rushing yards and rushing touchdowns.
  3. Finished his first season with 1,403 yards, an Ohio State freshman record.
  4. Averaged 106.2 yards per game over his career and totaled over 5,000 all-purpose yards, with both figures ranking second in school history.
  5. Finished sixth in the Heisman Trophy voting in 2019.

Dobbins is set to face off against the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football next.

CBS Baltimore Staff

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  1. jarrod vanatta says:

    Yeah and if the Ravens were smart, they would use him more. Every time he touches the ball, he seems to make a play. After that loss to the Chiefs, you wonder if the Ravens will get back to what they are good at and run the ball. I can’t understand why they have so many running backs, but hardly use them. I feel like they should try to trade Ingram for either some help on the oline or defensive side of the ball and let Dobbins take over as the #1 RB w/Edwards getting about 10 carries per game as well. Then they have Hill as a 3rd string RB just as depth.

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