Raekwon Davis, Defensive lineman (Alabama)
Xaiver McKinney, Safety (Alabama)
Tyler Biadasz, Offensive Line (Wisconsin)
Antoine Winfield Jr., Safety (Minnesota)
Michael Pittman Jr., Wide Receiver (USC)
Best fits for the Ravens: It would be hard to say no to Tyler Biadasz or Michael Pittman Jr. in the second round. Biadasz is a tough offensive lineman from Wisconsin. Wisconsin can really make the case for being offensive lineman U. I like what I see in Biadasz and I trust the program that he comes from. I think he has the athleticism and the quickness to play in the Ravens style of offense. He’s a center however he could easily be moved to the guard position. This is a player who was pretty even with Cesar Ruiz in my eyes. Ruiz was taken by the New Orleans Saints in the first round. Biadasz offers the same upside at a better value.
Pittman Jr. is a draft process we have surely made you very aware of. He would be the perfect ingredient to put into the offense. Pittman Jr. is a receiver who could have been taken in the first round and I wouldn’t have been shocked at all. He’s a big bodied receiver who can go up and get the football. What you look for in a wide receiver are traits and production. Pittman Jr. has both of those things.
Everything I just wrote about Ross Blacklock applies to Raekwon Davis. He’s a big defensive lineman that would fit nicely in the scheme of things in Baltimore. As for the safety prospects here, it wouldn’t be fill a need but the value would be more than on point for Xaiver McKinney, who I have as a top 25 player in this draft class. As we look at this list of talent still available, we have to be encouraged. Eric DeCosta almost can’t get this wrong.