1 offensive tackle Ravens could target in each round of the 2024 NFL Draft

Baltimore needs help in the draft up front.
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The Baltimore Ravens need to spend some of their top picks in the 2024 NFL Draft on offensive linemen, as the departure of Morgan Moses via trade along with John Simpson and Kevin Zeitler leaving via free agency makes Baltimore's group quite suspect.

The Ravens have been projected by many to use one of their top picks on Arizona's Jordan Morgan, but he shouldn't be the be-all, end-all for the Ravens' offensive tackle search. Daniel Faalele and the perpetually injured Ronnie Stanley are currently in line to start for the Ravens in 2024.

No matter when the Ravens try to address offensive tackle in a draft that will be incredibly important for their chances of contending in 2024 and beyond, a class that has been heralded for being extremely deep could produce a quality player in every single round.

1 offensive tackle the Baltimore Ravens can draft in every round of 2024 NFL Draft

Round 1: Tyler Guyton, Oklahoma

Guyton had a meteoric rise from mid-round prospect to first-round player by dominating at the Senior Bowl and finishing his lone season as a no-doubt starter with the Sooners with some very enticing tape. In terms of raw power and talent, few in this class can equal what Guyton brings to the table.

Guyton can wash rushers out of plays, create big holes in a zone blocking scheme, and use his frame to become a very reliable pass protector. Guyton is still a dice roll, as he is an inexperienced player who could end up struggling if he is thrown into the fire as a rookie.

Tyler Guyton could be a risky pick for the Baltimore Ravens.

Guyton's initial punch is all over the place, and his footwork is sloppier than most top picks. The change he will have to undergo moving from a very basic Oklahoma offense to a very complex NFL offense in Baltimore will be quite big for a rookie that already has technical concerns.

Guyton will either be on a new team by the end of his rookie contract or the Ravens' new right tackle of the future. The Ravens need to be willing to take that chance, as they have a history of getting the most out of players with tremendous physical gifts and limited starting experience.