11. Ravens target: Boye Mafe, EDGE, Minnesota
The NFL Combine was made for prospects like Boye Mafe. Mafe remains a relatively raw talent, but his performance at the Combine could see him shoot up draft boards.
The Ravens need pass rush help and Mafe represents an intriguing mid-round target with a high ceiling. Unfortunately, it wouldn’t surprise me to see him go in the top-50 if he lives up to expectations this week.
12. Ravens target: David Ojabo, EDGE, Michigan
David Ojabo is a former high school teammate of Odafe Oweh who played under Mike Macdonald at Michigan. Needless to say, he’s likely someone the Ravens have done their homework on.
Like Oweh, Ojabo should impress at the Combine as he looks to establish himself as one of the premier pass rushers in this class. He’s very much in play for the Ravens in the first round.
13. Ravens target: Jordan Davis, DT, Georgia
Jordan Davis is a true freak of nature. At 6-foot-6, 345 pounds, Davis is an absolute behemoth from a physical standpoint, but don’t let his size fool you. He can run too.
There are concerns about Davis’ position value that could cause him to drop in the draft, but if his Combine is anything like Vita Vea’s from a few years ago, it wouldn’t be a shock to see him go in the top-15.
14. Ravens target: Devonte Wyatt, DT, Georgia
A teammate of Davis’ at Georgia, Devonte Wyatt has often been overshadowed by his larger, more high-profile teammate. But Wyatt has a chance to make a name for himself this week.
Wyatt is an exceptional athlete who didn’t always get the chance to show it at Georgia. That changes this week when his incredible athleticism will be on full display for the entire NFL world to see.