Baltimore Ravens Mock Draft 3.0: A bold pick in the first round

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Round 4, pick 124: Isaiah McGuire, Edge, Missouri

The Baltimore Ravens would love to see Isaiah McGuire. He fits exactly what they look for from their edge rushers. McGuire is a bigger, thicker, edge rusher who wins more with his power than his speed around the edge. However, every once in a while he surprised you with speed.

Still, without Justin Houston and Jason Pierre-Paul he brings some youth to a transitioning room.

Round 5, Pick 157: Sidy Sow, G, Eastern Michigan

Sidy Sow would be a great addition in round five. He is a bit older, being a five-year starter in the MAC. Sow is not going to wow you with dominant play, but he finishes in the run game and is nasty in his demeanor. Four years starting at left guard could have him slotting right into that role in the NFL as well. He can at least push Ben Cleveland, who right now is being handed a starting job.

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Round 7, Pick 199: Lance Boykin, CB, Coastal Carolina

Lance Boykin can compete to get work in the slot, and the Ravens definitely have a need there. In the seventh round, he adds depth to a cornerback room that badly needs it.