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Baltimore Ravens Mock Draft Roundup 5.0

Throughout the year and leading up to the 2022 NFL Draft, we will update our Baltimore Ravens Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Baltimore Ravens from several prominent sites and draft analysts.

The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Ravens:

SI - Hanson (3/11)

14. Jordan Davis, IDL, Georgia

There are freak athletes, and then there is Jordan Davis. Men his size (a slimmed-down 341 pounds) shouldn't be able move the way he can (4.78 40-yard dash). Georgia has had a loaded defense, but Davis was a big reason why the Bulldogs ranked top three nationally in run defense in each of the past three seasons. Both Brandon Williams (33 years old) and Calais Campbell (35) are about to become free agents and on the wrong side of 30.

CBS Sports - Fornelli (3/11)

14. Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington

Do not allow yourself to be fooled by McDuffie's size. He is not afraid of anybody and is always willing to stick his face in the fan, but while he plays with the mentality of a grinder who needs to overcome athletic deficiencies, he's a tremendous athlete too. His 4.44 40 at the combine turned heads, but his ability to change direction is as impressive as his straight-line speed.

San Diego Union Tribune - Brown (3/10)

14. Tyler Linderbaum, IOL, Iowa

You might want to constantly replenish the talent on your offensive line if running the football is your team's identity. Starting center Bradley Bozeman is an unrestricted free agent and may have priced his way out of Baltimore. Drafting the Rimington Trophy winner and unanimous All-American would be a prudent move. Linderbaum was a multisport athlete in high school who earned multiple letters in wrestling, track, baseball and football. He's a top-10 player in this draft class, but will likely be drafted later because he plays center.

The Draft Network - Crabbs (3/9)

14. Derek Stingley Jr., CB, LSU

Gee whiz. Baltimore strikes again with a "best player available" situation and lands one of the most physically talented cornerbacks in the draft? That *never* happens! (It happens seemingly at least twice a year). This is a home run value for the Ravens.

ESPN - McShay (3/9)

14. Trevor Penning, OT, Northern Iowa

I was blown away by Penning's combine workout. He ran a 4.89 in the 40 and tied for the fastest time among offensive linemen in the three-cone drill (7.25). With that mobility, arm length (34ΒΌ inches) and size (6-foot-7, 325 pounds), Penning is tough to get around in pass protection.

But his real bread and butter is run blocking, which aligns well with Baltimore's offense. He overpowers defenders at the point of attack and can move them off the ball. That'd open lanes for quarterback Lamar Jackson and running back J.K. Dobbins, who are both expected back to the Ravens' offense after 2021 injuries. With Ronnie Stanley missing 26 regular-season games over the past two years and Alejandro Villanueva announcing his retirement, it's time for Baltimore to restock the line with real maulers. That's especially true after the Ravens allowed 57 sacks last season (second most).

NFL.com - Zierlein (3/8)

14. Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State

In this scenario, the Ravens are likely running the card up for either Cross or Kenyon Green, depending on which position (tackle or guard) they place the highest priority on, based on the current roster.

Touchdown Wire - Schofield (3/8)

14. Jordan Davis, IDL, Georgia

With Brandon Williams set to hit free agency, the Ravens might have a need at the heart of their defensive line. Jordan Davis is an imposing presence up front, with the power to anchor against double teams and the ability to get pressure on the inside. If Williams does depart, Davis slides in as a Day One starter for the Ravens.

Oh and did you see how he ran a 4.78 at the Combine while weighing in at 341? Insanity...

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