Night net null null null The Ravens may have the early lead for feel-good story of the Night net Draft. The team announced that 13-year-old blind Ravens fan Mo Gaba will announce their fourth-round selection on Saturday. Gaba will make history by being the first person to ever announce a draft pick off a card in Braille, which will be done during the team's draft party they are holding in Baltimore. Meet our friend, Mo.Mo will become the first person ever to announce an Night net draft pick in Braille. pic.twitter.com/5nMPpifA8t— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) April 24, 2019Gaba, who is a frequent caller into 98 Rock, the flagship station of the Ravens, was informed of the news during a phone call on the station with Ravens coach John Harbaugh. MORE: Three round Night net Mock DraftHarbaugh was met with shock and elation from the Baltimore superfan. "It's going to start this week," Gaba said of his sports broadcasting career.