Eric DeCosta said during a draft press conference call in early April that he sees the day one caliber tackles in the class have the ability to be moved inside to guard. I’m sure this holds true for later-round tackle prospects as well. Charlotte’s Cameron Clark is a small-school stud left tackle that could very well develop into a starting guard in the NFL.
Clark is a powerful prospect that had a productive college career at Charlotte. He was a two-time captain and was named the team MVP for his 2017 season at left tackle. The Ravens have had plenty of late-round offensive line gems and they aren’t afraid of drafting from small schools. Clark gives the Ravens a high-ceiling project to fill in at guard or tackle down the road.
The Ravens love a good tight end. Andrews is probably the fourth-best in the entire league, and Nick Boyle can be argued as one of the most important players on this offense. With the departure of Hayden Hurst, I can totally see them taking a more polished tight end earlier in the draft to round out the group. With their last pick, I have the Ravens selecting a more developmental tight end prospect, Stephen Sullivan.
Things never seemed to click at LSU for the former top wide receiver recruit out of high school. Sullivan was finally moved to tight end last year. He is 6’5″, 250 pounds with a massive wingspan that ran a 4.66 40-yard dash. Back in 2015, the Ravens took a 6th round flier on a wide receiver/tight end prospect with very similar measurements, Darren Waller. Waller obviously did not work with the Ravens, but just last year his huge potential was finally unlocked with the Raiders and become a Pro Bowl-caliber tight end. Even Senior Bowl director Jim Nagy said Sullivan reminds him of Waller. I’m not claiming Sullivan is next Darren Waller, but I will say if any team can get Sullivan to reach his potential at tight end, it’s the Ravens.