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

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Round 6, Pick 218: Braiden McGregor, EDGE, Michigan

The combination of average production (seven sacks in three seasons) and a lack of tremendous play strength will hurt McGregor's stock. The Ravens, craving depth and yet another Michigan player to add to the mix, might take a flier on him if he falls into their lap on Day 3.

With solid size and above-average pass rush technique, McGregor was able to will himself into a starting role on a historically good Michigan defense. The Ravens may end up landing a core special teamer if McGregor isn't explosive enough to carve out a role as a straight-up pass-rusher.

Round 7, Pick 228: Myles Harden, CB, South Dakota

Harden lacks great ball skills, and he likely didn't face any draftable NFL wide receivers in his college career, but the Ravens will likely be interested in a physical, hard-hitting cornerback with man and zone flexibility. Once again, his special teams potential could exceed most cornerbacks in this range.

Isaiah Williams could be drafted by the Baltimore Ravens

Round 7, Pick 250: Isaiah Williams, WR, Illinois

The market for 182-pound players without elite route-running isn't very prosperous, but Williams has pure speed and slipperiness when he gets the ball in his hands. That might be enough for the Ravens to take an interest in him and allow him to compete for a roster spot.

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