Baltimore Ravens beef up offense in 7-round All-ACC Mock Draft

The Ravens must look to the ACC for improvements.

Nov 18, 2021; Durham, North Carolina, USA;  Duke Blue Devils offensive tackle Graham Barton (62)
Nov 18, 2021; Durham, North Carolina, USA; Duke Blue Devils offensive tackle Graham Barton (62) / Jaylynn Nash-USA TODAY Sports
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Round 4, Pick 130: Malik Mustapha, SAF, Wake Forest

Baltimore has never been above throwing a dart at a player with average tape and freakish measurables in the name of molding him into a tremendous role player. With Geno Stone's status uncertain, Mustapha might be worth looking at before he dominates at the NFL Combine.

Mustapha runs a 4.33 40-yard dash at 215 pounds, and he hits like a truck when he flies to the ball. While there aren't many 5-10 (generous) safeties walking around, Mustapha's physical gifts could make him a fun chess piece to play around with while becoming a potential Pro Bowl special teams player.

The Baltimore Ravens could roll the dice on Malik Mustapha in the NFL Draft

Round 5, Pick 163: Tyler Davis, IDL, Clemson

Even if the Ravens retain Justin Madubuike, which is already far from a sure thing, the aging Michael Pierce could stand to benefit from a younger understudy. Davis won't rush the passer quite frequently, but he will be able to eat up space effectively as a run-stuffer.

Davis is a people-mover who can be a genuine force in the run game thanks to uncommon physical strength for a defensive tackle his size. While fellow Tiger prospect Ruke Orhorhoro has more pass-rush upside, getting Davis this late would be widely regarded as a steal.