Round 3, pick 92
Logan Wilson, LB, Wyoming — A three-year captain who plays with intelligence and physicality. I’m not sure that he has the explosiveness of some of the top-tier projects in this class, but he sure has everything else. Rarely out of position, and seems to know when to take risks. Behind a formidable line, in front of a lock-down backfield, Wilson can really shine in Baltimore.
Round 3, pick 106
Bradlee Anae, EDGE, Utah — The Epenesa pick, along with the Franchise tag of Matt Judon, would seem to make this position less of a dire need at this point, but I just really like what Anae can bring to a Wink Martindale defense as a chess piece. I feel like he can help the Ravens a lot in sub-packages, affording Martindale the opportunity to move guys around to even more positions.
Round 4, pick 129
Lynn Bowden, WR, Kentucky — Like Anae, this pick is more about adding another weapon to the team. In a run-heavy offense, Bowden will not be expected to jump right in and be an every-down starter, but he can sure add some fun to the equation. He instantly becomes a possibility in the return game, can line up in the slot and can be that gadget guy in the backfield who can run, throw or catch. Bowden can make a good team better if he is asked to just play a fun role.
Round 4, pick 134
Ben Bredeson, IOL, Michigan — Once again, we fill out some depth. Bredeson started four years in the Big 10 and brings power to the run game. He will compete in that jumble for time on the line and can earn a spot this year, or get one of those interesting training camp injuries that keeps him on the roster for a year while the rest of the stuff gets figured out. He’s a solid option here.