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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Round 6: Frank Crum, Wyoming

Crum's tape is solid, but he is in this very rarified air due to his stellar performance at the NFL Combine. The Ravens are willing to often bet on their ability to coach up athletes who need extra fine-tuning, and Crum could be their next developmental prospect worth taking a chance on.

An experienced 6-8 tackle with tremendous mobility, Crum would likely go higher if he played at a better school for most of his college career. Baltimore might be a team willing to roll the dice on his talent and hope it eventually molds him into a swing tackle.

Frank Crum is worth targeting for the Baltimore Ravens

Round 7: Anim Dankwah, Howard

The Ravens can keep adding to their collection of gigantic tackles with Dankwah, as the HBCU sensation stands a towering 6-8 and 353 pounds. Projecting from FCS to the NFL is always a challenge, but betting on traits like Dankwah has is always a sound strategy.

He lacks great fluidity, and he hasn't faced an NFL rusher in his career, but Dankwah's gifts in his upper body will help him beat out multiple other fringe draftable prospects. The Ravens can keep him on ice as a rookie while he adjusts to the speed of the game.