5 offensive tackles Ravens must target on Day 2 of the NFL Draft

The Ravens need more quality OTs on their roster.
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Many prognosticators projected that the Baltimore Ravens would select an offensive tackle before the 2024 NFL Draft, but two popular draft targets, Arizona's Jordan Morgan and Oklahoma's Tyler Guyton, came off the board just a few picks before they picked at No. 30 overall.

Baltimore still managed to receive acclaim for their pick at No. 30 overall, as they picked an elite athlete who could start right away in Clemson cornerback Nate Wiggins. The secondary has been addressed, but the Ravens still need more talent up front after losing three starters in the offseason.

Eric DeCosta has started off this draft in fairly impressive fashion, but he could take this draft from good to great if he manages to end up with one of these three offensive tackles.

5 offensive tackles the Baltimore Ravens must target in 2024 NFL Draft Day 2

5. Kiran Amegadjie, Yale

Taking an Ivy League tackle (Ivy League schools do not tackle in practice) this high is a risk, but Amegadjie's tape was so thoroughly dominant on the back of tremendous athleticism and power that he will be picked somewhere on Day 2. The only question is which team is willing to roll the dice on him.

4. Dominick Puni, Kansas

Puni is a player who has legitimate tackle/guard versatility, which could be appealing for a Ravens team that likes to move linemen around. With solid power at the point of attack and more mobility on tape than his testing would show, the Ravens could upgrade over offensive line switchblade Patrick Mekari while possibly becoming a starting guard relatively soon.

3. Roger Rosengarten, Washington

While often overshadowed by teammate Troy Fautanu at left tackle, Rosengarten emerged as the best pass-blocking right tackle left on the board. The Ravens may need to work on improving his run-blocking, but someone with his light feet and solid hand placement shouldn't take too long to eventually become a starter

2. Patrick Paul, Houston

Paul has a wingspan more commonly seen on NBA power forwards, and the four-yea starter pairs it with solid athletic ability. A Senior Bowl stud, Ravens fans who were upset that Guyton was selected just one pick before they took Wiggins could see their offensive tackle itches scratched with this pick coming true.

1. Kingsley Suamataia, BYU

The Ravens shouldn't look any further if they want to find the best available tackle. A ferocious player with incredibly strong arms, power that will knock even the sturdiest pass rushers off their feet, and experience as a starter at BYU, Suamataia would be ideal as a right tackle convert or eventual successor to Ronnie Stanley at left tackle.