8 Senior Bowl prospects the Ravens should target in the 2022 NFL Draft

Justin Fried
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Ravens, Daniel Faalele
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The Baltimore Ravens are undoubtedly keeping close tabs on a number of prospects at this year’s Senior Bowl.

General manager Eric DeCosta and company have been doing their due diligence all week and have likely already identified a handful of prospects they might look to make Ravens this coming April.

The Ravens have an extensive history of drafting players who they previously encountered at the Senior Bowl. Mobile, Alabama has become somewhat of a breeding grounds for future Ravens in recent years.

Of their eight picks in this past year’s draft, four of them (Ben Cleveland, Tylan Wallace, Daelin Hayes, and Ben Mason) were in attendance for the Senior Bowl.

Dating back even further, the likes of Devin Duvernay, James Proche, Malik Harrison, Jaylon Ferguson, Bradley Bozeman, Tyus Bowser, Nick Boyle, and Tavon Young all made a name for themselves in Mobile.

That’s quite a few players on the Ravens roster who were in Mobile a few months before the draft, and that’s not even including all of them.

Even further back, notable former Ravens like Marshal Yanda, Ben Grubbs, Joe Flacco, Michael Oher, Jarret Johnson, and even Za’Darius Smith were scouted at the Senior Bowl.

The point is that you can find fantastic talents at the Senior Bowl, and the Ravens know that from firsthand experience. Let’s take a look at eight prospects in Mobile that they absolutely should be interested in.