Seven-round draft predictions for the Ravens

# 26: Baltimore Ravens: Andre Cisco, Security, Syracuse

RavenCountry Analysis: The Ravens can add key depth down the center with Cisco, a ball hawk who will help force turnovers in the secondary. He’s also solid playing in the box and stuffing the run – a key part of Baltimore’s defense.

Round 3

# 41: Baltimore Ravens (choice of competition for David Culley): Hunter Long: Tight End Boston College

RavenCountry Analysis: Baltimore needs to add depth to the tight end behind Mark Andrews and Nick Boyle. Long is a good height – 6 feet 5 inches, 254 pounds – and has good hands. Last season, he caught 57 passes for 685 yards and five touchdowns in 11 games, winning All-American honors.

Round 4

# 26: Baltimore Ravens: Patrick Johnson: Edge, Tulane

RavenCountry Analysis: One of the priorities this offseason is to stimulate the pass rush. Johnson has the skills to make an immediate impact. He has 120 tackles, 34 loss tackles, 21 sacks, 11 pass breakages and six forced fumbles in 34 career games. He can thrive at the outside linebacker in the Baltimore 3-4 pattern.

Round 5

# 24: Pittsburgh Steelers’ Baltimore Ravens (for Chris Wormley): Marquez Stevenson: Wide Receiver, Houston

RavenCountry Analysis: The Ravens will add depth to their young wide receiver group with the addition of Stevenson, who has the speed to open a game. He’s a little undersized at 5ft 10in, 182lb, but is strong enough to compete for the ball.

No, 26: Jacksonville Jaguars’ Baltimore Ravens via Cleveland Browns: Khyiris Tonga: Defensive Tackle, BYU

RavenCountry Analysis: Baltimore adds another tough young defensive lineman with Tonga. The 6-foot-4, 321-pound Tonga had 36 tackles (3.5 for losses), 3.5 sacks and five broken assists in 11 games last season. He is strong against the run and can collapse the pocket.

# 39: Baltimore Ravens (competition choice for Michael Pierce): Brenden Jaimes: OG / OT, ​​Nebraska

RavenCountry Analysis: The Ravens can add depth to the offensive line with versatile Jaimes. At 6-foot-5 and 300 pounds, he can repel defensive linemen and is an exceptional run blocker.

Round 6

Baltimore Ravens trade with Tennessee Titans, who select Jose Borregales: Kicker, Miami (Fl.)

Round 7

# 16: Arizona Cardinals’ Baltimore Ravens: Chris Evans: running back, Michigan

RavenCountry Analysis: The Ravens add depth to the running back after parting ways with Mark Ingram after the 2020 season. Evans, 5-0, has the potential to be a three-way player. It is also effective in catching the ball out of the backfield. Evans has appeared in 37 career games for the team, recording 2,155 total yards and 16 touchdowns. He was suspended in 2019 for academic reasons.

No, 27 Pittsburgh Steelers from the Baltimore Ravens: Wyatt Huber: Edge, Kansas State

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