Ravens find Bradley Bozeman replacement in 7-round 2022 NFL Mock Draft
Round 4, 139th Overall, Ravens: Max Mitchell, OT, Louisiana-Lafayette
The Ravens really should address their offensive tackle depth even after adding Morgan Moses in free agency. The team needs a true swing tackle who can provide insurance behind Ronnie Stanley.
Max Mitchell is an interesting Day 3 prospect with experience playing both left and right tackle. At 6-foot-6, 300 pounds, Mitchell is probably a better pass blocker than run blocker at this stage.
He’s an ideal developmental tackle prospect who would provide much-needed insurance given Stanely’s injury concerns.
Round 4, 141st Overall, Ravens: Coby Bryant, CB, Cincinnati
The Ravens love their defensive backs, so don’t be surprised to see the team double-up at cornerback given the extreme lack of depth at the position right now.
After adding a new nickel corner in Marcus Jones, they return to the well and address outside cornerback in Coby Bryant. Bryant might be my favorite Day 3 cornerback prospect.
He has great size and athleticism and projects as someone who can immediately compete for reps as a rookie while still possessing the upside to develop into a rock-solid starter down the line.
Bryant would be a great addition to a Ravens secondary that’s experienced a lot of turnover this offseason.
Round 6, 196th Overall, Ravens: Pierre Strong Jr., RB, South Dakota State
With the Ravens’ final pick, we decided to add a little extra competition to the running back room by drafting South Dakota State’s Pierre Strong Jr.
Strong is a slasher-type runner with good speed and pass-catching ability. While he’ll likely never be an every-down back, he could carve out an important role as part of a rotation in the NFL.
That’s exactly the role he’d play with the Ravens. Strong could compete with the likes of Ty’Son Williams and Justice Hill for the RB3 job behind J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards.