Flip the calendar three months forward and Perriman enters training camp as a drastically better player, and he’s put himself in position to contend for a starting position (or at least a lot of snaps) right away.
The aspect of Perriman’s game that critics have harped on most is his hands. Perriman showed solid hands throughout most of Organized Team Activities and minicamp, but he did have one practice with about four drops, which has continued the narrative.
Perriman has the physical tools (6’2, 4.24 40-yard dash), to replace Torrey Smith in the Ravens’ lineup from the start, but he has to learn Marc Trestman’s offense and prove that he can catch the ball consistently. It sounds as if he's already making strides in camp.