This is where the Ravens start addressing some offensive line questions. In the fourth round, Baltimore has a couple of picks. With their first one, they take their shot on a potential starting offensive tackle in Dominick Puni out of Kansas.
What some might not realize when their team selects Puni is the opportunity to have a guy that could play both tackle and on the interior. Puni has experience playing tackle and guard, both spots with double-digit starts. Some might project him better as an interior lineman, but as we've seen from a lot of those types over the years, it'll be up to Baltimore to decide where they see him fit best.
Still, being able to offer positional flexibility is a huge advantage for Puni. He comes in as a 24-year-old rookie, which is one of the bigger knocks on him. Still, being able to come in and possibly start right away as a highly-experienced player gives the Ravens someone to strongly consider.
The 6-foot-5, 320-pound Puni has a wide frame and powerful hands, which is a great basis for any position up front. He is also best seen run blocking, which is something that will speak to the Ravens.