3 draft prospects with Mike Macdonald ties the Ravens should target

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3. The Ravens could target OT Andrew Stueber

Now, this isn’t a player that Mike Macdonald directly coached at Michigan. While Macdonald primarily focused on the defensive side of the ball, Andrew Stueber was solidifying one of the better offensive lines in the country.

The 6-foot-7, 338-pound Stueber has a massive frame and the length to play tackle in the NFL. He isn’t the greatest athlete which might limit him to a future better suited at right tackle, but that’s perfectly fine for the Ravens.

What Stueber lacks in athleticism he more than makes up for with raw power and physical strength. The Michigan product has impressive power at the point of attack with the ability to overwhelm opposing defensive linemen.

He’s at his best in a power run scheme where he can use his heavy hands and anchor ability to carve out holes in the running lane. That’s something that could go a long way in the Ravens’ offensive scheme.

The Ravens don’t need Stueber to take over at left tackle. Ronnie Stanley’s health is a question mark, but the plan is still for him to be the long-term solution at that spot.

Stueber could step in and compete for reps at right tackle early in his career before hopefully developing into the right tackle of the future.

He hasn’t worked directly with Macdonald, but he has experience with him nonetheless.