As you may already know, the Ravens had issues snapping the ball last season, most notably in the playoff loss against the Buffalo Bills. While moving Bradley Bozeman to center (his original position) is an option, drafting Trey Hill would be a great move for the Baltimore Ravens.
Trey Hill has versatility. In fact, he played all across the line for the Georgia Bulldogs. So, even if the Ravens move Bozeman to center, Hill could play guard. This is a solid pick who can add some depth to the interior of the offensive line.
Patrick Johnson accumulated 120 tackles, 34 tackles for loss, 21 sacks, 11 pass breakups, and six forced fumbles across 34 games in three seasons. Johnson played all across the defensive line for Tulane, including on the edge. Patrick Johnson is even comfortable with dropping into zone coverage. He could come in and taking starting snaps for the Ravens immediately, though he does have room to improve in various areas.