- 28. Terrell Lewis, EDGE, Alabama
- 60. Antoine Winfield Jr., DB, Minnesota
- 92. Evan Weaver, LB, California
- 119. Alton Robinson, EDGE, Syracuse
- 124. Ben Bredeson, IOL, Michigan
- 152. Devin Duvernay, WR, Texas
Terrell Lewis was born to be a Baltimore Raven based purely on his name alone. Besides the cute coincidence, Lewis has the ability to anchor one side of the defensive line, whether he has a hand in the dirt or is standing up. Lewis is a vicious pass rusher and someone the Ravens have expressed interest in, per Lewis himself.
Baltimore also grabs Alton Robinson to give the team extra depth on the edge. Robinson has a long-frame that could attract the Ravens and showed as a junior his maximum potential. Joining him in the front-seven is Evan Weaver to captain Baltimore’s defense. Weaver was a leader for the California Golden Bears and will take his experience to the next level with ease.
If Antoine Winfield Jr. is anything like his father, the Ravens have themselves a ball-hawking piece to rotate throughout their secondary. Winfield Jr. was primarily a safety for the Minnesota Golden Gophers, but Baltimore will flex him all over the place to get the most value out of him.
Don’t worry, folks, as the Ravens address the interior of their offensive line late with Michigan’s Ben Bredeson and nab a stud receiver in Texas’ Devin Duvernay. Duvernay brings more speed to a fast Baltimore Ravens offense, essentially putting a hat on a hat.