2025 NFL Mock Draft: 4 players Ravens fans should start scouting

Eric DeCosta is back at work for next year.
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The 2024 NFL Draft has officially concluded, and the Baltimore Ravens appear to have landed multiple long-term starters in a class headlined by first-round cornerback Nate Wiggins and second-round tackle Roger Rosengarten. Eric DeCosta is right back at work trying to nail it in 2025.

The 2025 class could be very productive for Baltimore. While there are only two likely first-round quarterbacks (Carson Beck, Shedeur Sanders) at this juncture, many of the best prospects on the outset of when summer scouting starts appear to be in the trenches. This could be very encouraging for a Ravens team always eyeing depth.

The Ravens could still use one more impactful name on their defensive line, a pass catcher that can help Baltimore add even more depth to their room, and an offensive lineman who can join Baltimore's new-look unit.

These four players are a long way away from possibly hearing their names called, but Ravens fans would do well to familiarize themselves with them.

2025 NFL Mock Draft: 4 Baltimore Ravens targets to watch

Jonah Savaiinaea, OT/OG, Arizona

While Baltimore seemingly held Savaiinaea's teammate Jordan Morgan in very high regard, there's a chance the Wildcats produce a better lineman in this year's class. If he kicks inside to guard, his exceptional power and willingness to get nasty as a run-blocker could make him the top interior offensive lineman.

Tyleik Williams, DT, Ohio State

If the Ravens want to add a running mate for Justin Madubuike by replacing either Michael Pierce or Brent Urban, Williams could be an ideal choice to fill that role. If he packs on a few pounds, expect Williams to instantly assume a starting role as a member of the Ravens' defensive line due to his pass rush upside.

Abdul Carter, EDGE, Penn State

The Ravens may get rid of one Nittany Lion pass rusher in Odafe Oweh and replace him with two former Happy Valley stars in Carter and 2024 third-rounder Adisa Isaac. Even alongside Isaac and first-round pick Chop Robinson, Carter's potential to be a solid two-way edge in Baltimore's system is clear and obvious.

Tetairoa McMillan, WR, Arizona

The Wildcats could be a very fertile ground for future Ravens, as Baltimore will have an interest in a 6-5 wide receiver with downfield playmaking skills and strong hands. Even if fourth-round pick Devontez Walker managed to break out, the Ravens should continue getting as many role players around Lamar Jackson as possible.