7-Round Baltimore Ravens Mock Draft: Final projections before NFL Draft

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Round 2, Pick 62: Jonah Elliss, EDGE, Utah

Elliss is a unique prospect, as he is a smaller defensive end at 248 pounds who is a generally average athlete across the board. His value comes in his physicality, incredibly deep bag of pass rush moves, and intensity that helps him bullrush much bigger tackles. Elliss was a cornerstone of an elite Utes defense.

The Ravens brought back Kyle Van Noy, but they need one more promising young player to help support two big question marks on the edge in Odafe Oweh and David Ojabo. Elliss, who recorded 12 sacks last season, would be a productive, nasty player that has more every-down potential than most Day 2 edge rushers.

The Baltimore Ravens could add Jonah Elliss in the 2024 NFL Draft

Round 3, Pick 93: Johnny Wilson, WR, Florida State

Wilson has poor route running, a limited tree, and will be limited to playing outside in the pros. Why select him? Because he is a legit 6-6 with an endless wingspan, showcases solid straight-line speed, and might be the best blocking wide receiver in the entire class. For Baltimore's scheme, Wilson could be a perfect fit.

The Ravens need a player who can take the top off the defense while simultaneously becoming a red zone weapon. The wide receiver room could be perfectly balanced with the diminutive Zay Flowers torching defenses, Wilson towering over corners, and Rashod Bateman making plays underneath.